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Timestamp:
04/20/09 15:18:22 (12 years ago)
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kjdon
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updated description for new style folder

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  • collections/documented-examples/trunk/style-e/etc/collect.cfg

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    144144here are links to them:
    145145<ul>
    146 <li><a href=\'_httpimg_/style.css\'>Default Greenstone Style</a></li>
    147 <li><a href=\'_httpcollection_/styles/style-blue.css\'>‘Ocean Blue’ theme</a></li>
    148 <li><a href=\'_httpcollection_/styles/style-red.css\'>‘Fire Red’ theme</a></li>
    149 <li><a href=\'_httpimg_/style-print.css\'>Printer</a></li>
     146<li><a href=\'_httpimages_/style.css\'>Default Greenstone Style</a></li>
     147<li><a href=\'_httpcstyle_/style-blue.css\'>‘Ocean Blue’ theme</a></li>
     148<li><a href=\'_httpcstyle_/style-red.css\'>‘Fire Red’ theme</a></li>
     149<li><a href=\'_httpimages_/style-print.css\'>Printer</a></li>
    150150</ul>
    151151</p>
     
    153153<b>Using a downloaded stylesheet</b>
    154154<ul>
    155 <li>To use a stylesheet as the default, place it in greenstone/images and rename it to style.css. This will affect all collections.</li>
    156 <li>To use a stylesheet for a particular collection, place it in the collection\'s images directory, add an extra.dm file to the collection\'s macros directory, and add a macro like the following (this uses style-red.css as the example):<br/>
     155<li>To use a stylesheet as the default, place it in greenstone/web/style and rename it to style.css. This will affect all collections.</li>
     156<li>To use a stylesheet for a particular collection, place it in the collection\'s style directory, add an extra.dm file to the collection\'s macros directory, and add a macro like the following (this uses style-red.css as the example):<br/>
    157157<small><tt>
    158158<br/>
     
    160160<br/>
    161161\_cssheader\_ {<br/>
    162 &lt;link rel=\'stylesheet\' href=\'\_httpcimages\_/style-red.css\'<br/>
     162&lt;link rel=\'stylesheet\' href=\'\_httpcstyle\_/style-red.css\'<br/>
    163163&nbsp;&nbsp;type=\'text/css\' title=\'Fire Red\' charset=\'UTF-8\'&gt;<br/>
    164164}<br/>
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