lewis.mcgibbney at gmail
Jul 19, 2011, 11:24 AM
Post #3 of 3
thank you David
Re: Problem attaching a TM symbol to website logo
[In reply to]
On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 1:49 AM, David Crossley <crossley [at] apache> wrote:
> lewis john mcgibbney wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I must admit I'm relatively new to Forrest however I am finding it
> > user friendly to date (even though I'm only making minor changes). I've
> > trying to tackle our Jira issue as here  which is basically an update
> > branding issues relating to the Apache Nutch web site . Now in
> > I am stuck with the seemingly trivial task of adding a "TM" symbol e.g.
> > *to the Nutch website logo as described here .
> > After building the site source  I've been searching through all of the
> > files in an attempt to locate some HTML I can edit however all I can find
> > /site/forrest/src/documentation is skinconf.xml which contains the
> > below.
> > <!-- project logo -->
> > <project-name>Nutch</project-name>
> > <project-description>Open Source Web Search
> > <project-url>http://nutch.apache.org/</project-url>
> > <project-logo>images/nutch-logo.gif</project-logo>
> > I understand that this is a real trivial issue, however I've searched
> > and low and can't seem to get it.
> The "nutch-logo.gif" needs to have a trademark symbol added
> to it and the graphic reproduced. That is not Forrest's job.
> When your graphics expert has the replacement logo,
> if it is still named "nutch-logo.gif" then all that
> is needed is to replace the image at
> then re-generate the site.
> If it has a different filename, then declare the new
> filename in nutch/site/forrest/src/documentation/skinconf.xml
> at the "project-logo" element.
> If your team is not able to tweak the logo image
> to add the trademark symbol, i.e. you do not have
> access to the sources and expertise that produced it,
> then there is a Forrest plugin that might be able to
> However it requires a PNG format logo. So need to
> use a graphics tool, e.g. Gimp, to convert the GIF.
> Then Forrest can be instructed to do a once-off job
> to apply a "trademark" or "registered trademark"
> to the original PNG to produce a new PNG.
> > Thank you
> >  https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NUTCH-914
> >  http://nutch.apache.org
> >  http://www.apache.org/foundation/marks/pmcs#graphics
> >  https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/nutch/site/
> > --
> > *Lewis*