By any way(through simple configuration or writing some script) is it possible to set site logo depending on user who is signing in?

We have partnered with various other companies who sells our product by their own name for example our actual product name is ABC, but our one partner is selling it with name XYZ and another is selling it with name MNO.

What we are looking for is to show site logo depending on the person who is signing in. So if person signing is from partner 1 then we show logo of XYZ and so on.

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The code in JIRA for the logo simply serves up the current picture that was uploaded for it.

You'd need to hack the core code to add that functionality, although you might be able to botch something in with javascript.

Is there any sample available of how to play around site logo through javascript?

 

Also is it possible to share pages across spaces such that if a page is updated in one space the changes are reflected in all shared spaces? If yes, then please guide how to do that?

I've not seen any, and I'm not even sure it's possible.

For pages, that's simple - create a page (say ABC:Shared-page) and then create other pages in other spaces that just say ( {include ABC:Shared-page} )

 

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