November 13th, 2007, 12:22 PM
How can I add my logo to the Commit web Interface pages?
November 13th, 2007, 12:26 PM
You can add your name, logo, etc. to pages displayed by Commit Web Interface.
Your name and logos should be formatted using HTML code, which will automatically be embedded in all pages generated by Commit Web Interface.
You can design a header and footer for the page.
To display headers and footers, login to Commit, open the Options window, go to the Web Interface page and check the Header/Footer checkboxes (these are checked by default).
Place the HTML for the Header and Footer in these files:
You can open these files in an editor (Notepad etc.) either navigate to their location using Windows file explorer or by clicking on the dedicated buttons in the Options window - Web Interface page.
These files are not standalone HTML pages and should NOT include the standard HTML page tags like <HEAD>, <BODY>, etc.
The HTML code should include only HTML code related to the design of your name, logo etc. and not to any other page related HTML tags.
If you use image files in the HTML, you should save these images in the same directory and link to them using the "/Files/" token.
For example, to use the image file called "mylogo.jpg" in your HTML code, save it as <Installation_DIR>\Commit\WebInterface\Files\mylogo.jpg and link to it in the HTML as follows:
If you are using the predefined login page (i.e. you've added a link to it from your web site) you need to restart the CommitWebInterface service each time you modify the header and/or the file(s).
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