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For the default Sign In page, I'll address two of your questions separately below (and note, I'm discussing the new Sign In page, that was redesigned in 16):
Changing Language: This is actually handled automatically by WebDirect, based on detected browser language (as long as language is supported by WebDirect, which Dutch is). For example, if you go into Chrome advanced settings and make Dutch the preferred language, Sign In dialog will then appear in that language (see attached screenshot). Although method of changing browser language varies by browser (e.g. on macOS, Safari picks up whatever system's current language is set to, instead of having its own language setting).
Customizing Dialog: While it is probably possible to customize this dialog (e.g. change button color or add logo), this is not an intended practice (and could require hacking WebDirect resource files and more knowledge than building your own custom page). There is a sample file called "fmwebd_home.html" (under your HTTPServer folder) that can be used as a starting point for creating both your custom homepage (launch center) and sign-in dialog (note: to make the custom sign-in dialog appear (after clicking database on custom homepage), you would first need to change 'kCustomLogin' variable in page source to "true" and uncomment "myLogin" <div> block at bottom of page).
Hope that helps,
Thank you Lisa for taking the time to explain me this.
I was unaware of everything you mentioned to be honest.