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A 'Logo Wizard' is provided that will create you very simple site logos (the logos in the top-left of your website). It is recommended that you use this tool to create your initial logo and consider making your own customised logo at a later point.
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Located in [strings]DOC_LOGOWIZARD
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An 'Automatic theme generator' is provided that will generate themes based on the default theme but tailored according to the parameters (such as colours) you define. This will allow you to create an individual look to your website, without going through the full artistic and technical process of theme generation. The results are of course limited (conversely virtually anything can be done using the manual themeing process), but good enough for many websites.\n\nBe aware of the following small deficiencies:\n - some default software emoticons are animated, and attractive animated images have to be saved to a particular background colour -- so you may wish to uninstall these animated emoticons or rework them in an image editor.
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Located in [strings]DOC_THEMEWIZARD
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Your website's entire appearance, from its layout, to its images, and color schemes all make up a 'theme'. These themes are completely customisable by you, given a moderate knowledge of XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).
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Located in [strings]DOC_THEMES
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Templates are almost all written in [url="XHTML"]{$BRAND_BASE_URL}/docs{$VERSION}/pg/tut_markup[/url] and [url="Tempcode"]{$BRAND_BASE_URL}/docs{$VERSION}/pg/tut_tempcode[/url], and hence a good knowledge of XHTML is required for editing them. This is moderately advanced functionality, not intended for novices - although by all means expand your horizons![staff_note]\n\nIn order to preserve the high web standards the software is designed for, it is recommend that during development you have 'validation' enabled in the configuration to make sure that these standards are not degraded. Of course, this is your choice, and you may choose whatever level of standards support you believe is appropriate to your website.\n\nPlease note that the validator cannot perform a limited number of some of the markup accessibility checks, so [url="to make an accessible website"]{$BRAND_BASE_URL}/docs{$VERSION}/pg/tut_accessibility[/url] you must manually make sure you conform to these guidelines:\n - Use a 'noscript' tag wherever appropriate\n - Do not use elements for semantically incorrect uses (such as list tags for non-lists, or the [tt]blockquote[/tt] tag solely for indentation)\n - avoid using animation effects\n - Do not rely on colour as the sole indicator for important information\n - Always provide 'alt' (alternate) content for media, and avoid media where suitable markup alternatives exist[/staff_note]
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Located in [strings]DOC_MARKUP
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) control most visual aspects of your website. Editing CSS files directly is advanced functionality, not intended for novices - although we encourage you to expand your horizons! Novices may wish to use the Theme Wizard to create a customised colour scheme.\n\nIf you want to make an accessible website for those with visual impairements, make sure that you use sufficient contrast between colours. You may wish to use the validator to check your CSS.\n\nComments like "[tt]/* \{$,wizard, 60% sb_color + 40% seed} */[/tt]" are used by the Theme Wizard to create pleasing colour combinations - you can ignore these comments for your own CSS editing.\n\n[tt]{$IMG;,example}[/tt] refers to a theme image. You can edit these through the Admin Zone, the easiest way is to just search the Admin Zone for [tt]example[/tt].
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Located in [strings]DOC_CSS
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Did you know that you rarely need to manually choose a template to edit via this screen? Instead, you may use the ‘Template tree’ feature to see what templates were used to generate the screen you are viewing, and then choose to edit from there. You'll never be left guessing what templates you need to edit, or navigating through to the Admin Zone again. The ‘Template tree’ feature is accessed via the 'Select page rendering tool' list in the footer of any screen you are viewing.
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Located in [strings]DOC_TEMPLATES
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Logo Wizard: Step {1} of {2}
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Located in [strings]_LOGOWIZARD
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This is step 1 of the Logo Wizard. The Logo Wizard will help you quickly create a logo for your website, and apply it to the theme currently used on the main website. The logos generated are very simple, so more professional sites will only wish to use the generated logo as a placeholder. The whole appearance is fully customisable using the theme management features &ndash; the main logo is just a theme image named <a href="{1}"><kbd>logo/-logo</kbd></a>.
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Located in [strings]LOGOWIZARD_1_DESCRIBE
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Your logo has now been applied to the theme <kbd>{1}</kbd>.
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Located in [strings]LOGOWIZARD_3_DESCRIBE
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The name of your website, company or organisation (short names are best).
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Located in [strings]DESCRIPTION_LOGO_NAME
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