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Custom Headers & Footers
Revised: August 01, 2011
kinetic applications and web pages provided by MOREnet (Analog web statistics, kinetic Service Statistics, etc.) use standard headers and footers. You can customize the header and footer pages in your own web space by including a few brief statements. Standard headers and footers provide both a unique identity for your website and a consistent look and feel for pages displayed there while maintaining ease of use.
The /custom directory on your website includes head.html and foot.html files. MOREnet strongly recommends that you use them to set up global commands for standardized web page headers and footers.
Before you begin you must have:
Complete these steps to modify the standard header:
Do the following to make this file display as a header:
instead of the <body> tag.
To create a standard footer:
Do the following to make this file display as a footer:
instead of the </body> tag.
Custom Headers and Footers
MOREnet supplied applications such as the
Web Access Controller
the Search Engine will attempt to
use headers and footers from their respective subdirectories in the
If they cannot find these headers and footers, they will use your site's standard header and
If you want to create custom headers and footers for these applications,
create a subdirectory under the
For example, to create a different header for the reports, create the following directory (if it does not already exist):
Next, again within the directory you created,
make and save a
For example, to create a different footer for the reports, create the following directory (if it does not already exist):
Additional subdirectories can be created for other sections of the web site. Within these
Selective Headers and Footers
Notice: Selective headers and footers will be discountinued on January 31st, 2010. They are being discontinued due to lack of use.
Selective headers and footers are also available to web sites hosted by the kinetic Service.
A selective header/footer first looks in the
To use a selective header and/or footer in a web page, first create a subdirectory within the
For example, for the "About Us" section of your web site, create the following:
To use these customized header/footer files in a web page, insert the following line at the top of a web page...
...and the following line at the bottom of the web page...
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