Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 6.1 -- About Using Cascading Style Sheets to Customize the Web Conferencing User Interface
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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing applies cascading style sheets (CSS) to determine the look of the web-based user interface. These CSS files affect all web pages (the home page, meeting scheduling pages, Admin pages, account settings, and so on) but do not affect the meeting console.
When a web page links to multiple CSS files, the styles defined in these files affect the page in a cascading manner-styles applied later in the chain override earlier styles. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing web pages link first to up to two predefined mpweb.css files (one for the base page and the other for a specific language if the page is not in U.S. English) and then to two customer-definable custom.css files (again for the base page and for another language).
You can create custom.css files to define specific styles (for example, to change the page background colors). Because these files are not created during installation, they are preserved during upgrades. We recommend that you do not alter the style sheet files unless you are familiar with HTML style sheets.
Caution! Do not modify the installed mpweb.css files. Modifications to these files are not supported and will not be preserved during upgrades.
To Customize the User Interface by Using Cascading Style Sheets
- Create a file named custom.css.
- Apply the custom.css file to a language by completing one of the following:
- To apply the file to U.S. English, save the file to drive:\Cisco Systems\MPWeb\HTML.
- To apply the file to a different language, save the file to drive:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\MPWeb\HTML\xxx, where xxx is one of the following language IDs:
- English \000
- French \004
- German \005
- Japanese \006
- Portuguese (Brazil) \015
- Spanish (Latin America) \014
- Apply the desired style in the custom.css file.
- Save the custom.css file.