Customizing the Web Interface easily

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MTOakey
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Customizing the Web Interface easily

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Greetings all,
I have very successfully customized the Server Web interface to my liking by changing sizes of containers, margins, colors... all to look MUCH better on my screen to me.
The only thing I have NOT been able to accomplish is, shifting all the text/names of files in the list of the left Navbar to the right so when I hover they stop moving to the Left and hiding their icon from in front of the line of text... OR, just stop the lines of text from moving to the left when I hover with mouse, that would be absolutely fine also. This includes the top word/heading "< Back".

Can anyone point me in the right direction to accomplish this please ???
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Re: Customizing the Web Interface easily

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WELL over a week and still no reply by anyone .... :(
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Re: Customizing the Web Interface easily

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MTOakey wrote: Wed Jun 29, 2022 12:59 pm The only thing I have NOT been able to accomplish is, shifting all the text/names of files in the list of the left Navbar to the right so when I hover they stop moving to the Left and hiding their icon from in front of the line of text... < Back".
Actually, I was able to figure out this issue and DID get it "customized" to my liking... and posted pics of the results elsewhere.
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is directly proportional to how deeply the lie of it was believed ...” ~Dresden James
“The surest barrier to truth is the conviction you already have it.”
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