[greenstone-users] Basic home page design questions

From John Creech
DateMon, 12 Mar 2007 16:10:19 -0700 (PDT)
Subject [greenstone-users] Basic home page design questions
In-Reply-To (dfb4b74f0703061933r3ec31a15rd9cb46002f4687a4-mail-gmail-com)
Hi. We are moving our Contentdm digital collections to GS. My programmer
has been able to, with the help of a perl script he wrote, migrate
Contentdm images and associated metadata to GS. I did a poor job last
week in asking a bonehead design question so I'll try again.

I am working on the out-of-box version of home.dm in /gsdl/macros/

There is a middle section of the default page with four tan
boxes on left and descriptive info on right. In home.dm, package home,
I've commented out the text within brackets ({}) of three macros on left -
_textadmin_
_textabgs_
_textgsdocs_

and in package gli have commented out _textgli_.

I've also commented out the bracketed text for the macros

_textdescradmin_
_textdescrgogreenstone_
_textdescrgodocs_
_textdescrgli_

Is there a way to comment out that entire section so that it doesn't
render in the browser at all? We are working on GS2.72 running on SuSE
Linux 10 if that matters. Here's a shot of what I have so far:

http://www.lib.cwu.edu/~creechj/images/gs-screenshot.jpg

Thanks for any help.

john creech