Learn how to change the color scheme of the buttons in your library: button and text colors.
Kotobee Libraries are simple to navigate and have just two important buttons that you may want to customize:
'Book Access Denied' When the user does not have access to a book, a disabled 'Book Access Denied' button is shown. From the library's general settings, you may also assign a redirect link that will take users to an external webpage when they click on that button. You can replace the button text "Book Access Denied" with any other text such as "Buy" or "Purchase from our website" using the customize language feature.
'Open Book' This button appears in the book's page info. Your readers simply click on this button to open the book.
Kotobee enables you to change the button and text colors, for each button separately. You may for any color enter the hex-code in a text box or follow the instructions below to visually select a color and shade.
- Click on the Manage tab.
The Manage screen will open.
Click on Libraries in the left panel.
Select your library from the drop-down list in the top bar.
Select Customize from the Libraries menu in the left panel.
Click on the Design tab to reveal the design features.
Scroll down to the Advanced color options and click on the button to reveal the options available. Locate the relevant options:
'Book Access Denied' Button's Text Color
'Book Access Denied' Button's Background Color
'Open Book' Text Color
'Open Book' Background Color
- Click on the color swatch next to the hex-code. If you have the hex-code, you may simply enter it here.
- Select a color from the sidebar.
- Select a shade f .
- Close all customization tabs.
- Click Save changes.
Any time you would like to reset to the initial colors set by Kotobee Author, simply click on Reset to default colors.