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Posted: Mon Apr 24, 2006 6:47 pm
First of all, many thanks for making Galleroo.
I am trying to do some simple customization.
- modify table (add borders) in nav.htm
remove file names from nav.html and slide pages
change target frame in nav.html
add text to every slide page
I've read and re-read the documentation on the Digum style, but I can't figure it out. I've also looked at the gallery.xsl file, to make the changes there, but I don't have enough understanding of XML/XSL stuff to quite get it either.
I don't expect a lesson here, but can you give me some more clarity on making custom pages?
I've come up with some work arounds, but they are pretty time consuming and inefficient.
Posted: Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:25 pm
Which style are you using?
Posted: Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:18 pm
I am currently using Misgarot. But I was trying to use Digum.
Posted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 7:27 pm
Ok, that's a good start. Did you manage to get Digum working for you?
Posted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 7:28 pm
I mean, did you get it working and you can create a gallery. Also, which Digum template are you using?
Once we have something initially working, we'll work to tweak it to your liking.
Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 1:18 pm
Sorry for being so lame, but I got totally lost when trying to implement Digum.
Right now, I am at square one. I've used Misgarot and manually gone into the nav.html and set the table to my liking and changed the target. I've also replaced the blank.html with a different page, and changed frame name of the index.html. To eliminate the file names from the slides, I just changed the text color to match the background! Like I said, not very efficient.
So, I need a primer for setting up Digum, or figure out how to modify the .xsl so that Misgarot builds the gallery the way I'd like.
If I'm asking too much - don't worry about it.
Getting Digum to work
Posted: Mon May 01, 2006 6:06 pm
It may be easier for you in the long term to start using Digum. To do this, you must choose a template folder.
The template folders for the Digum style are in the Digum style folder. For instance, if you installed Galleroo in the default location (C:\Program Files\Galleroo) the templates will be in C:\Program Files\Galleroo\styles\Digum\Templates.
In there you will find two folders: 'caxor' and 'lavan'. Select one of them and click 'OK'. The Template Folder options should look something like this:
Select the 'Source Folder' and 'Gallery Folder' as usual and click 'Go!'
Let me know if either one of these galleries templates (caxor, lavan) is to your taste. If not, we can continue with tweaking Misgarot.