16.6 Modern Layout with the Nuvola Style

The classical view of the Nagios Web interface described so far uses only a few of the CGI configuration options. However, it is hardly possible to pack any more items into the navigation bar on the left, which has become somewhat amateurish in appearance. One solution to this is the Nuvola style, shown in Figure 16-46.

The layout for the actual CGI program—this example shows a view of the service problems with ustatus.cgi on the right of the picture—is not only in color, but there are also new icons. On the left of the picture you can see the rather elegant navigation, spiced up with corresponding icons. The real highlight, though, is the use of a Javascript-based menu tree: The individual entries (such ...

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