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    Using the Ex Libris stylesheet

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 16.02

    Description:
    I want to use a separate exlibris.css stylesheet for English and Hebrew. I see that ALEPH uses one called exlibris.css and it is in $alephe_root/www_f_eng. This is the same one used by $alephe_root/www_f_heb. How can I make a different one for the Hebrew Web OPAC?

    Resolution:
    The English "exlibris.css" (from version) is in www_f_eng. The link is as follows:
    16(2) ABC01-ALEPH>>cd $alephe_root/apache/htdocs/
    16(2) ABC01-ALEPH>>ls -l exlibris.css
    lrwxrwxrwx 1 m505 exlibris 51 Jun 24 14:40 exlibris.css ->
    /exlibris/aleph/u16_2/alephe/www_f_eng/exlibris.css
    Make a Hebrew stylesheet called exlibris_heb.css and put in
    $alephe_root/www_f_heb. The link is as follows:
    16(2) ABC01-ALEPH>>cd $alephe_root/apache/htdocs/
    16(2) ABC01-ALEPH>>ls -l exlibris_heb.css
    lrwxrwxrwx 1 m505 exlibris 55 Jul 11 07:44 exlibris_heb.css ->
    /exlibris/aleph/u16_2/alephe/www_f_heb/exlibris_heb.css
    Then, in order to get the Hebrew web OPAC to use the file
    $alephe_root/www_f_heb/exlibris_heb.css, change the file
    $alephe_root/www_f_heb/meta-tags as follows:
    6(2) ABC01-ALEPH>>diff meta-tags.july11 meta-tags | grep stylesheet
    < <link rel="stylesheet" href="&server_css/exlibris.css" TYPE"text/css">
    > <link rel="stylesheet" href="&server_css/exlibris_heb.css" TYPE"text/css">

    Additional Information

    Version 16, css, stylesheet


    • Article last edited: 10/8/2013
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