I’ve question concerning the rendering Jats file with the eLens Plugin.
A French academic journal contact ask to develop the graphic appearance of their journal.
The website is already online on pkp server. I see how to style the website appearance by creating a CSS stylesheet and adding it.
They want to have the same appearance on the JATS render of the articles. They are using eLens plugin to render JATS file, but as the website is already online. I can’t see how I can overpass the CSS stylesheet of the plugin to apply a particular appearance.
According to this post: DOCX to JATS XML converter - #28 by Vitaliy - there is a file within the eLens Plugin that you can modify the CSS style - lens.css. You should be able to make you’re modifications there. You’ll want to track your modifications if you upgrade to the plugin, though, as that might overwrite them with a new version of the file.
It took a while for my CSS modifications to be reflected in the eLife Lens article renderings (hours to overnight—and I’ve noticed this before), and I do have questions that are relevant to this thread: why do some OJS site modifications (CSS, HTML, journal settings) work immediately (or immediately after clearing browser or data caches) but others take longer to be implemented, and what could have I done, for example, to make the eLens plugin CSS manifest immediately in my browser?