As far as I know, Greenstone doesn't specify the font - it just uses
whatever default font is set in the browser.
You could try adding
style="font-family: arial;" to the body tag: this is defined in
gsdl/macros/style.dm, defined in
I don't think that Greenstone keeps any formatting info that is in the
<head> part of the html page. If your editor is setting style
information there, then it will probably be lost.
Do your html pages look fine in a browser as well as in your editor?
If you like, you can send me one of your documents (and you collection
config file) and I can have a look at it here.
Jenn Cole wrote:
> I have several HTML documents that are being displayed differently once
> I run them through Greenstone. I would like the font of my text to be
> Arial, which it is in my HTML editor program. Once I run the HTML docs
> through greenstone and view them in the collection the font is alway
> Times New Roman. How do I change this? My second question is
> Greenstone also seems to be ignoring any tab formatting I have in my
> HTML. There are a few tables in the HTML that look just fine in my
> editing program but do not look well once it is run through Greenstone.
> Any suggestions are appreciated.
> Jenn Cole
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