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#29115 (In Topic #6682)

Community saint

change dimensions and plays the banner in the right_panel vertically

 Hi i em new in ocportal and coding generally.
I try to change dimensions and plays the banner in the right_panel vertically banner.tpl & banner_iframe.tpl is changed and the result Is that i get the banner where i wont bat horizontal And this is the code i get in my broswer


<iframe title="Banner" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" style="width: 468px; height: 60px" scrolling="no" src=";&amp;keep_session=3696491">Banner</iframe>
Any ideas plz Thanx in Advance


Last edit: by iznogood
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I think editing those templates should work. If you haven't done so already you need to edit this bit of those templates:
"width: 468px; height: 60px"
to give more appropriate values suitable for a vertical banner.

If you have made those changes and nothing has happened, check that:
a) You made the changes either within the default theme, or a theme that is active.
b) That you either used ocPortal's template editor, or you manually cleared the template cache after a manual edit.

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Community saint


thanx i will try it today  ;)
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