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Spring Roo: How to Get Roo to Use a Custom Banner When Generating Web Pages

 
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Dear Sirs et Madames,
I am currently experimenting with Roo, and one thing I would like to change is the banner that Roo creates on the Roo-generated web interface, I would like to use a custom banner. I know I can do this by going to the '**webapp/images**' folder of the generated Roo project and replace the banner image with one of my own, but I want to know if I can make Roo *GENERATE* the web application with my banner from the start (Roo must get this image from somewhere on my local file system, if I knew where, is it possible to just replace it?), rather than me having to go and fiddle with image files in the generated project...

Any help appreciated.
 
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You can change the template that gets created for the header and point it to a different image.

Personally, I wouldn't try to go into the Roo code and change that, because what happens when you upgrade to a newer version of Roo, because you changed stuff in Roo, it will be overwritten with the new stuff.

A simple template change is in one place and done very quickly.

Mark
 
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