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Hi. I did setup sucessfully a Openstreetmap Website following https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/issues and now I want to customize the website, like changing the background colors, fonts, texts and so on, but I don't know how to do it. Looking in the folders I didn't found an Index.html like any other website have. So my question is: How can I edit my OSM Website?

asked 30 Jul '19, 15:03

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The openstreetmap-website codebase is built on Ruby on Rails and follows all the normal conventions from that framework. So to customise your copy of the site:

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answered 31 Jul '19, 07:43

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Sorry for the late answer. I'm trying to do some changes but without sucess. I want to change the image logo at the main page in the top left part. I changed to osm_logo files at openstreetmap-website/app/assets but it still the old image. Which file I need to change?

(27 Aug '19, 00:58) carlosguedes

What if I would like to change the style of a specific feature (highways for example)?

(07 Sep '19, 13:06) carlosguedes
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