DriveWorks Pro 15: Project Image, Name and Description [send feedback...]

Project Image, Name and Description

With DriveWorks Live you have the ability to include a custom image for each project, an alias for each project name and a description for each project.

This is how the landing page will look when the Web Theme is loaded without any modifications.

  • The image displayed for the project is a standard folder image.
  • The name displayed is the actual name of the project.
  • There is no further description regarding the project.

This is how the landing page will look when the Web Theme is loaded with a project image, name and description applied.

Project Image

To include a project specific image, in place of the standard folder icon:

  1. Create a .png file of the image you want displayed.
    We recommend the size of the image does not exceed 175 pixels wide x 175 pixels high.
  2. Name the file LiveProjectImage.png.
  3. Locate this file in the same folder as the project file.
    This is the folder that contains the .driveprojx file for each project.

Repeat the above steps for each project that can be selected from the landing page.

You may need to experiment with the image size to suit the look and feel of the website.

If you have more than one project available for selection keep each project image the same size.

Project Name Alias

To override the project name with a new alias:

  1. Using a text editor such as Notepad type the text to be used as the Project Name alias.
  2. Save this file as a text file called LiveProjectAlias.txt.
  3. Locate this text file in the same folder as the project file.
    This is the folder that contains the .driveprojx file for each project.

Keep the project alias to a minimum amount of characters. Additional information can be included in the Project Description.

Project Description

To include a project description under the project name:

  1. Using a text editor such as Notepad type the text to be used as the Project Description.
  2. Include the opening tag <p> at the beginning of your text, and the closing tag </p> at the end of your text.
  3. Save this file as a text file called LiveProjectDescription.html.
  4. Locate this text file in the same folder as the project file.
    This is the folder that contains the .driveprojx file for each project.

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