Customise Leganto Reading lists using CSS
We would like to be able to adjust a CSS stylesheet to tweak the visual styling of the the Leganto reading lists. We have received feedback regarding the sizing of some important elements on the pages, especially the View Online link. We would like to be able to make this link more obvious to users.
Deborah Fitchett commented
This would also be useful if there's a feature that one library has a Highly Specific need to not display. Instead of Ex Libris creating a config parameter just for them, the library could just create a "display:none" rule for that element.
I've seen one or two suggestions like this on Ideas Exchange already (eg someone wanted to be able to stop lecturers from editing availability dates) and in our case, when lecturers add an item we'd like to be able to hide the "Save" button so they're forced to "Save and edit". No-one else in the world is likely to want to do the same so we haven't bothered putting the request in - but a general ability to edit CSS would let us solve this specific problem too.
Jonas Enberg commented
Or how about when someone at Ex Libris decided to go all "text-transform: capitalize" on us in the latest update? Not such a good idea for languages where capitalizing the first letter of each word (in a title) is unheard of. That would have been easy to fix had we been able to tweak the CSS.
Kirsten Clarke commented
I agree with Leticia. The ability to customise the Leganto interface would benefit our clients user experience immensely.