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Changing Font in Style Sheet

Hi Guys,

I have to change font from “arial” to “times new roman” in web style sheet. For that I exported BWReport.css from MIME repository and rename mynew.css file. Then I use find and replace option for font = “arial” and change to “times new roman”. After saving I imported this new stylesheet into MIME repository under custom folder.

I found difference in to BWReport.css (arial) and in new mynew.css (times new roman) style sheet at the time of selecting style sheet. After selecting mynew.css style sheet when I execute web template in to browser that time variable screen is showing into “times new roman” font but after inputing variable data when I press “execute” I found all my report data (table web item) into font arial. Means there is no change bwt. BWReport.css and mynew.css stylesheet.

Am I missing something?

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 05:56 PM

    Hi Vir,

    After you upload the new css in SE80, it is very important to clear the global cache and log out of the system and then log back into your web application. You can clear the global cache in transaction SMICM. Goto SMICM > Menu Goto > HTTP Server Cache > Invalidate > Global in system.

    Hope this helps...

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    • Former Member

      Hi Bhanu,

      Thank you very much for replying.

      Can you please tell me what is the difference bwt. "Only local" and "Global in system"? (Goto SMICM->GoTO->HTTP Server Cache->Invalidate-> two option.

      I am working on Dev box and trying to upload .css file to show different demo. so, can I use "Only local" option and what will be effect if I select "Global in system" ?

      Thanks in advance

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