You can customize the application status pages by directly modifying the HTML pages that are located in the AppData folder or by overriding the SitefinityHttpModule methods programatically.
Sitefinity CMS creates HTML pages under the AppData folder of your application, which are reused during later system startup or upgrade phases. If such pages exist, the system reuses them. If no such pages are present, system creates them using default markup embedded in Sitefinity CMS. In case you want a different design, you can modify these pages.
For more information, see Types of application status pages » Status page location.
You could implement custom pages during the restart and upgrade phases of Sitefinity CMS by overriding the following SitefinityHttpModule methods:
OnSystemRestarting(HttpContext context, string html = null, string scriptUrl = null)
OnSystemUpgrading(HttpContext context, string html = null, string scriptUrl = null)
To customize the application status pages, perform the following:
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