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Please consult the official docs for your Evergreen version at http://docs.evergreen-ils.org/ for current information on customizing the catalog.
Note: Be sure to save a backup copy of all files you edit in a location other than
/openils/var/web/opac/ as files here could be overwritten when you upgrade your copy of Evergreen. These notes were tested using an installation of Evergreen Version 1.2.0 rc 1 running on Ubuntu 7.04.
NOTE: This documentation is also available in the Evergreen documentation at http://docs.evergreen-ils.org/1.6/draft/html/. In github: http://github.com/rsoulliere/Evergreen-DocBook/blob/master/1.6/development/customize_opac.xml.
To change the four shades of green used throughout the OPAC as the default color scheme, edit
/openils/var/web/opac/theme/default/css/colors.css and the new colors you select will appear as your default colors.
Or, you can create an alternate theme, which can be viewed in Firefox using View > Page Style > YourTheme.
cssfolder and its contents from the example alternate theme
/openils/var/web/opac/theme/reddish/to a new folder
/openils/var/web/opac/theme/yourtheme/css/colors.cssto use the colors you want.
<link type='text/css' rel="alternate stylesheet" title='&opac.style.yourtheme;' href="<!--#echo var='OILS_THEME_BASE'-->/yourtheme/css/colors.css" name='Default' csstype='color'/>
<!ENTITY opac.style.yourtheme "YourTheme">
To change text and links used throughout the OPAC, edit the following files:
To change the logos used by default to your own logos, replace the following files with images of your own, appropriately sized. The images Georgia PINES uses are 561px wide by 181px high and 187px wide by 48px high, but you could go larger or smaller within reason.
The file at
/etc/apache2/sites_available/eg_vhost.conf includes example code to draw cover images from Amazon.com using Apache rewrites. This should be changed to use the URL of a content provider of your choice, where $1 is the part of the URL where the item's ISBN belongs.
Before this works, you may need to:
sudo a2enmod proxy_http sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 force-reload
/etc/apache2/mods-available/proxy.confto allow access.