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firewall configuration/customising CSS in cabinet archive

  Asked By: Maulik    Date: Feb 27    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1249

A couple of questions.
1/ Are there any special consiferations when using a fierwall with SPS?
Does the proxy need to be set to cater for the firewall?

2/ I am trying to change the colours of the content page and other 'blue'
background pages. I have found the CSS file 'cust.css' inside a cab archive
and have edited it. I then found the XSL file which I assume builds the
page. Despite altering all this, there seems to be no effect on the page. I
suspect the reference "base content" alis the problem but I can't see how.
When removing this (in a static html page), the page correctly references
the style sheet in the relative directory. Are the cab files being dumped
somewhere else? Can i alter the base content to point elsewhere, say, in a
directory with my stylesheets?

In a nutshell, what's the best way to alter the stylesheet references for
the non-configurable pages (such as the SPS content page, settings, layout )



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Delilah Mcpherson     Answered On: Feb 27

The SPPS creates a web folder which youcan find in My Network places. There
select workspace and go to portal then you will find resources directory.
There you will find dbview_ie.xsl file  you can change  that as per your
requirement and there Global.css also there

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