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You'll need to access the following stylesheet here:
/YOUR OJS DIRECTORY/styles/common.css
Change the elements on this style sheet and it will apply to common sections only, and will not overwrite changes made to individual journals.
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There are a few other options for adding custom stylesheets, depending on the context you need to change.
- If you want to change the look of a particular journal, go to Journal Setup, step 5, and upload a custom stylesheet.
- If you want to change the look of a specific issue, you can upload an issue-specific stylesheet as Editor in Issue Data.
- If you want to change the look of a single HTML article, you can do this as part of the Galley upload process.
- If you want to change the look of the entire site, follow Kevin's instructions for modifying the site-wide common.css file.
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