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Hi

I am customizing the standard DLN. I need to insert a thin line between each item (a thin line for separation).

And also to bring the icon for the folders to the front.

I checked the PAR file it had onlt one javascript file nothing else (no css or JSP) .Can some one please help me with this?

Regards

Tiny

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 01:33 PM

    Hi

    Thanks for your reply......

    I did try the theme editor 'hacks' but that doesnt solve the completly...By changing CSS do u mean to modify the CSS of theme editor?

    When I checked the source of the detailed navigation I found that an HTML table was created. But am unable to find which script or par is creating this table. any leads???

    Regards

    Tiny

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    • Hi,

      you should insert a DIV tag or class id in the PAR where you want to apply the CSS. After this is done, it'll get a little bit complicated.

      In the online portal theme editor you can't add your own tags. You only can modify the predifened tags from SAP. Therefore, you'll need to use the Eclipse Theme Editor from SAP.

      I'm not aware that you can add a tag inside the Eclipse theme editor, so you'll have to do this on the file system level. After you have added the tag (via notepad, etc) you use the Eclipse Theme Editor to create the portal theme and upload it to the portal.

      Br,

      Tobias

  • Posted on Dec 15, 2008 at 01:53 PM

    Hi,

    have already tried out the Theme Editor under System Administration or the Eclipse Theme Editor? Maybe you can achive your modifications with these tools.

    br,

    Tobias

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 08:53 AM

    Hi,

    Portal Theme Editor does not provide a direct way to achieve a behavior you ask for. I suggest you to manually modify the corresponding css files (for IE and Mozilla), but beware to repeat a previous step after any portal or theme upgrade.

    I recommend to use Firefox with Firebug add-on to play around with css parameters.

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 01:12 PM

    Hi,

    from TechEd 2008 there is a session about chaning the Look & Feel of the portal: UP263. Maybe you have access to this session. This session provides also some "hacks" when the Theme Editor lacks some input fields (like adding several CSS attributes to one fields using semicolon: 1em; text-transform: lowercase) or modify the portal theme CSS directly on the FS.

    It also features a section where the detailed navigation get's modified.

    br,

    Tobias

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