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Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.

But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
on to to his business.

I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.

Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.

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Re: Branding OC

Tornóci László
On 04/15/2013 05:29 PM, Cevin Gauthier wrote:
> Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
> should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.
>
> But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
> on to to his business.
>
> I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.
>
> Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.

Hi,
I am not sure what you mean by branding, but that's what I did:
change in /core/img/ logo.png, logo.svg, logo-wide.png, logo-wide.svg

For one of them actually the svg file is used, for the other the png,
can't remember which is which. But you can use inkscape to make the logo
in svg, and you can export it into png from inkscape.

You may also consider adding your own help button in:
/settings/templates/help.php
(that's the page you get when the user select Help in the personal menu).

                                        Yours: Laszlo


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Re: Branding OC

Jan-Christoph Borchardt-4
Yup, that’s pretty much it. Then you can also go into core/css/styles.css to change the color of the header bar if you like.

Laszlo, both images, or in fact all images which have an SVG and PNG should use the SVG. The PNG is only as fallback for Internet Explorer. If somewhere PNG is used when SVG is available, can you let me know?



On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Tornóci László <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 04/15/2013 05:29 PM, Cevin Gauthier wrote:
Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.

But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
on to to his business.

I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.

Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.

Hi,
I am not sure what you mean by branding, but that's what I did:
change in /core/img/ logo.png, logo.svg, logo-wide.png, logo-wide.svg

For one of them actually the svg file is used, for the other the png, can't remember which is which. But you can use inkscape to make the logo in svg, and you can export it into png from inkscape.

You may also consider adding your own help button in:
/settings/templates/help.php
(that's the page you get when the user select Help in the personal menu).

                                        Yours: Laszlo


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Re: Branding OC

Tornóci László
On 04/15/2013 08:09 PM, Jan-Christoph Borchardt wrote:
> Yup, that’s pretty much it. Then you can also go into
> core/css/styles.css to change the color of the header bar if you like.
>
> Laszlo, both images, or in fact all images which have an SVG and PNG
> should use the SVG. The PNG is only as fallback for Internet Explorer.
> If somewhere PNG is used when SVG is available, can you let me know?

Looks like the problem I referred to (OC using png rather then svg for
one of the logo images) has already been fixed. Last time I checked this
was months ago. It works now as you described it.

                                        Yours: Laszlo

>
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Tornóci László
> <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>     On 04/15/2013 05:29 PM, Cevin Gauthier wrote:
>
>         Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
>         should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.
>
>         But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
>         on to to his business.
>
>         I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.
>
>         Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.
>
>
>     Hi,
>     I am not sure what you mean by branding, but that's what I did:
>     change in /core/img/ logo.png, logo.svg, logo-wide.png, logo-wide.svg
>
>     For one of them actually the svg file is used, for the other the
>     png, can't remember which is which. But you can use inkscape to make
>     the logo in svg, and you can export it into png from inkscape.
>
>     You may also consider adding your own help button in:
>     /settings/templates/help.php
>     (that's the page you get when the user select Help in the personal
>     menu).
>
>                                              Yours: Laszlo
>
>
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Re: Branding OC

Stefan Nagtegaal
Why doesn't ownCloud use a conditional IE-specific CSS-stylesheet, to override it?

Stefan

Op 16 apr. 2013, om 08:50 heeft Tornóci László <[hidden email]> het volgende geschreven:

> On 04/15/2013 08:09 PM, Jan-Christoph Borchardt wrote:
>> Yup, that’s pretty much it. Then you can also go into
>> core/css/styles.css to change the color of the header bar if you like.
>>
>> Laszlo, both images, or in fact all images which have an SVG and PNG
>> should use the SVG. The PNG is only as fallback for Internet Explorer.
>> If somewhere PNG is used when SVG is available, can you let me know?
>
> Looks like the problem I referred to (OC using png rather then svg for one of the logo images) has already been fixed. Last time I checked this was months ago. It works now as you described it.
>
> Yours: Laszlo
>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Tornóci László
>> <[hidden email]
>> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>>
>>    On 04/15/2013 05:29 PM, Cevin Gauthier wrote:
>>
>>        Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
>>        should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.
>>
>>        But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
>>        on to to his business.
>>
>>        I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.
>>
>>        Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.
>>
>>
>>    Hi,
>>    I am not sure what you mean by branding, but that's what I did:
>>    change in /core/img/ logo.png, logo.svg, logo-wide.png, logo-wide.svg
>>
>>    For one of them actually the svg file is used, for the other the
>>    png, can't remember which is which. But you can use inkscape to make
>>    the logo in svg, and you can export it into png from inkscape.
>>
>>    You may also consider adding your own help button in:
>>    /settings/templates/help.php
>>    (that's the page you get when the user select Help in the personal
>>    menu).
>>
>>                                             Yours: Laszlo
>>
>>
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Re: Branding OC

Jan-Christoph Borchardt-4
Because lots of images are <img> in the HTML and not CSS background-images. It’s done for every image which is SVG, has the class="svg" and has a PNG of the same name. I think Robin has more insight on how the replacement works.


On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 8:56 AM, Stefan Nagtegaal <[hidden email]> wrote:
Why doesn't ownCloud use a conditional IE-specific CSS-stylesheet, to override it?

Stefan

Op 16 apr. 2013, om 08:50 heeft Tornóci László <[hidden email]> het volgende geschreven:

> On 04/15/2013 08:09 PM, Jan-Christoph Borchardt wrote:
>> Yup, that’s pretty much it. Then you can also go into
>> core/css/styles.css to change the color of the header bar if you like.
>>
>> Laszlo, both images, or in fact all images which have an SVG and PNG
>> should use the SVG. The PNG is only as fallback for Internet Explorer.
>> If somewhere PNG is used when SVG is available, can you let me know?
>
> Looks like the problem I referred to (OC using png rather then svg for one of the logo images) has already been fixed. Last time I checked this was months ago. It works now as you described it.
>
>                                       Yours: Laszlo
>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Tornóci László
>> <[hidden email]
>> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>>
>>    On 04/15/2013 05:29 PM, Cevin Gauthier wrote:
>>
>>        Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
>>        should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.
>>
>>        But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
>>        on to to his business.
>>
>>        I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.
>>
>>        Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.
>>
>>
>>    Hi,
>>    I am not sure what you mean by branding, but that's what I did:
>>    change in /core/img/ logo.png, logo.svg, logo-wide.png, logo-wide.svg
>>
>>    For one of them actually the svg file is used, for the other the
>>    png, can't remember which is which. But you can use inkscape to make
>>    the logo in svg, and you can export it into png from inkscape.
>>
>>    You may also consider adding your own help button in:
>>    /settings/templates/help.php
>>    (that's the page you get when the user select Help in the personal
>>    menu).
>>
>>                                             Yours: Laszlo
>>
>>
>>    _________________________________________________
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>>    [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>
>>    https://mail.kde.org/mailman/__listinfo/owncloud
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>>
>>
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>>
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Re: Branding OC

Trey Nolen
I didn't see it mentioned in this thread, but I copied the files mentioned into the themes/<mythemename> folder keeping the structure.  For example:
themes/mytheme/core/css/styles.css

When a new version comes out, I do a diff to make sure there hasn't been any changes to the files I use in my theme.  If there has been, I modify those and move them into my theme structure.



Trey Nolen



On 4/16/2013 3:55 AM, Jan-Christoph Borchardt wrote:
Because lots of images are <img> in the HTML and not CSS background-images. It’s done for every image which is SVG, has the class="svg" and has a PNG of the same name. I think Robin has more insight on how the replacement works.


On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 8:56 AM, Stefan Nagtegaal <[hidden email]> wrote:
Why doesn't ownCloud use a conditional IE-specific CSS-stylesheet, to override it?

Stefan

Op 16 apr. 2013, om 08:50 heeft Tornóci László <[hidden email]> het volgende geschreven:

> On 04/15/2013 08:09 PM, Jan-Christoph Borchardt wrote:
>> Yup, that’s pretty much it. Then you can also go into
>> core/css/styles.css to change the color of the header bar if you like.
>>
>> Laszlo, both images, or in fact all images which have an SVG and PNG
>> should use the SVG. The PNG is only as fallback for Internet Explorer.
>> If somewhere PNG is used when SVG is available, can you let me know?
>
> Looks like the problem I referred to (OC using png rather then svg for one of the logo images) has already been fixed. Last time I checked this was months ago. It works now as you described it.
>
>                                       Yours: Laszlo
>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Tornóci László
>> <[hidden email]
>> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>>
>>    On 04/15/2013 05:29 PM, Cevin Gauthier wrote:
>>
>>        Sorry I sent you a e-mail from my cevinslinux@gmail when I
>>        should of sent it from here the e-mail I signed up to OC forum.
>>
>>        But I need to get this done. I need to change the header image
>>        on to to his business.
>>
>>        I'm at lost. I have OC installed on centos 6 minimal install.
>>
>>        Have it running good, but now need to learn how to brand it.
>>
>>
>>    Hi,
>>    I am not sure what you mean by branding, but that's what I did:
>>    change in /core/img/ logo.png, logo.svg, logo-wide.png, logo-wide.svg
>>
>>    For one of them actually the svg file is used, for the other the
>>    png, can't remember which is which. But you can use inkscape to make
>>    the logo in svg, and you can export it into png from inkscape.
>>
>>    You may also consider adding your own help button in:
>>    /settings/templates/help.php
>>    (that's the page you get when the user select Help in the personal
>>    menu).
>>
>>                                             Yours: Laszlo
>>
>>
>>    _________________________________________________
>>    Owncloud mailing list
>>    [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>
>>    https://mail.kde.org/mailman/__listinfo/owncloud
>>    <https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/owncloud>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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