Once again thanks for your help and quick response.
Your solution is surely solve my problem.
Henny M. S.
M.Sc. Information Studies
Nanyang Technological University
--- Katherine Don <kjdon64;cs.waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
> Hi Henny
> The chalk.gif image is the page wallpaper - you can change this to
> something else by copying the image file into Greenstone/images, and
> change the _httpiconchalk.gif_ macro in base.dm to use the new image.
> There are two factors controlling the space between the left banner and
> the contents.
> The first is 65 in style.dm. This sets the width of the
> (invisible) spacer image that is used to make sure that the page text
> does not go over the banner.
> The second is 537 in base.dm. This controls the size of the
> table that the contents are displayed in.
> You will notice that if you resize the browser window, the contents will
> stay the same size, but will move over so that they stay centered, until
> the window is too small, then you will get a horizontal scroll bar.
> I hope this helps,
> Henny Mariane Sutedjo wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Is it possible to apply wallpaper on Greenstone 2.6?
> > How do I reduce the blank space between the left banner (chalk.gif) and
> > the content's page?
> > Any information on this will be greatly appreciated.
> > Many thanks.
> > Sincerely,
> > Henny M. S.
> > M.Sc. Information Studies
> > Nanyang Technological University
> > Singapore
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