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Postby PinoyGeek » Sun Aug 21, 2005 8:37 pm

I've successfully intalled OJS 2.0.1, me truly happy that it's already up and running. But I have 2 things that I want to do with OJS hope you guys can help me.

1) changing the template like colors .. i know that its with the .CSS template, but i wondering which part in the code should i be changing.

2) how can i insert logos on the main page.

Thank you. :lol:
PinoyGeek
 

Changing css

Postby todd » Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:28 am

You want to change the common.css file using an editor such as dreamweaver....this style sheet allows you to control the page colors, font type and size...etc...when you open the style sheet in an editor (such as dreamweaver) it will look like code...dreamweaver is nice because on the right panel you can change the "look" by clicking on relevant styles...

failing this...you can just edit the code itself....I have used "find" and "replace" in my editor (top of screen...edit > find and replace)....just choose your new color code and let the "find replace function" replace all colors to the new one...

To upload the logo:
You should be logged in as Journal Manager...go to setup>the look...and go to 5th link....this section allows you to upload a logo and picture title...
todd
 


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