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All,

 

I am trying to implement my secured by icon to my OSC site. The directions for the install are fairly simple just a bit of js in the head (right before </head> )and bit in the body(right before </body> ), but with osc, from what I can gather of its structure, it would mean I have to embed that on every single page in the catalog directory.

 

Now I know that is not difficult, but surely there has to be a way to place it in one file and have it show up on all pages. I looked at the header, footer and application_top and _bottom and none of them seems appropriate.

 

Any ideas or suggestions before I find and replace on all files?

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All,

 

I am trying to implement my secured by icon to my OSC site. The directions for the install are fairly simple just a bit of js in the head (right before </head> )and bit in the body(right before </body> ), but with osc, from what I can gather of its structure, it would mean I have to embed that on every single page in the catalog directory.

 

Where do you want the logo to go? Bottom or Infobox in Columns? or is it one that's in a layer in the corner of the page?

 

I'm not an expert but you should either put the JS in your footer or the same place the as other code you add.

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it is designed to float in the bottom corner, but the instructions direct you to put a bit of code before the </head> and a bit before the </body>

 

?? I don't know much about JS either and combine that with OSC and I am not 100% what to do.

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it is designed to float in the bottom corner, but the instructions direct you to put a bit of code before the </head> and a bit before the </body>

 

?? I don't know much about JS either and combine that with OSC and I am not 100% what to do.

 

I would put both in your header file.

 

Can you paste the code here? minus any unique id the code it has, replace with XXXXX just to be on the safe side.

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okay, luckily it was s comodo sercurity tag so 1297 was a big help. Not ideal as I would have liked the floating in the corner one, but alas, this will suffice.

 

Thanks for the help.

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