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Changing slashhead.inc

posted by Krow on 01:27 PM February 20th, 2002   Printer-friendly   Email story
Downloaded and installed slashcode two days ago.

I'm trying to change the slashhead.inc file. I believe it is the default;misc;header 122 template. When I try to call that template up it is blank.

There is a file in templates called default;misc;header but for some reason its permissions were 444. I changed them to 555 restarted apache and slashd but the template 122 was still empty.

Have I done something wrong or is this a bug?

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  • slashhead.inc is generated automatically from the header template.

    As to why it would be blank.. that is not normal, unless your header template is empty.
    • Perhaps I should explain what I'm attempting. I'm changing the header graphic. In the HTML (slashhead.inc) the images have HEIGHT and WIDTH tags.

      How do I remove these tags?

    • Just change the HTML in the header template to whatever you want. The image size tags allow some browsers to load the page before the image loads (page usually loads quicker), but you can use any html you wish.
      • Just change the HTML in the header template to whatever you want. The image size tags allow some browsers to load the page before the image loads (page usually loads quicker), but you can use any html you wish.

        This is the problem. When you call up the header template using backslash it appears blank.

    • by Anonymous Coward
      I had the same problem, maybe this is your problem: konqueror browser The template does not display properly with konqueror, but i think it is ok with netscape, mozilla, and ie5.5, ie6. konqueror is fussy about valid html.