[Xerte] Re: Changes in the interface in HTML5

Javier Escudero javier.escudero at plymouth.ac.uk
Tue Jul 23 09:39:44 BST 2013

Thank you very much for the responses.

We will try to upgrade to v2 and then use css.

Best regards,

On 22/07/2013 17:24, Javier Escudero wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have recently been using xerte to develop on-line contents for people
> with Parkinson's disease in the context of a small EU initiative. The
> contents have been developed in a local installation of xerte online
> toolkit (version 1.9, I believe) at the University of Plymouth. The
> contents must be made available in HTML5.
> The project leader would like to customise the interface so that the top
> and bottom black bars in HTML 5 have a different colour (following the
> "branding" of the project). I am already using the "icon" property of
> the xot template but, please, could anybody tell me if it would be
> possible to change the colour of the other elements in those bars
> (background, buttons, etc.)?
> Thank you very much for this great tool!
> Best regards,
Javier Escudero, PhD

Signal Processing and Multimedia Communications Research Group (SPMC)
School of Computing and Mathematics
Plymouth University
PL4 8AA - UK

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