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I have many journals hosted in one OJS installation. I was wondering if I can develop different templates (themes) for different journals which allows more than just styling the page. I would like the Font resizer on the right top (header), the search area also in the header and in another journal in the usual left column.
How I should proceed? The primary aim is to give OJS some web 2.0 look.
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There is some discussion of this over at http://pkp.sfu.ca/support/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3491&p=13123#p13123
(The thread is about OCS but it applies to OJS just as well). Note that we're working on redesigning our software to get that web-2.0 look, and also we're considering allowing for a more customizable template system.
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