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Having Skin Problems


Hi all. My skin on the board looks fine to me, but to some members they see one side of leaves and a have of leaf on the other side. I've done all I know to do. Would you have a look see? The board addy is my signature.
Thanks in advance,
Jewel

 (Edited to say...)I'm sorry, but I had to change the skin to something else until I make another one. It's 5:02AM here in the states and I haven't been to bed yet. I NEED my beauty sleep. emoticon
Thanks anyway!
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Re: Having Skin Problems


Jewel! emoticon What were you doing up so late? emoticon I hope you slept well. emoticon

I'm going to guess that you had a background image with leaves on the left and right. If this is correct, here's how you would center that.


Where you see this in your CSS:

/* REMOVES THE SIDE PAGE MARGINS AND SETS BACKGROUND COLOR */
body {background-color:#EEE8CD; margin-left: 0; margin-right: 0;}



Add the parts in red and blue:

/* REMOVES THE SIDE PAGE MARGINS AND SETS BACKGROUND COLOR */
body {background-color:#EEE8CD;
background-position: center top; background-repeat: repeat-y; margin-left: 0; margin-right: 0;}



This will make your background tile vertically down the center of the page, with no image on the sides for people with larger monitors. If you want your background image to tile both vertically and horizontally, just leave out the part in blue.

You can get an idea of how it looks to people on bigger monitors if you hold the [Ctrl] key while you press [-] (minus). When you want to view it normally again, hold the [Ctrl] key down while you press the [0] (zero) key.

If you use the blue code above, and the background color on the sides don't match the image, you can change that background color in the same CSS where it says background-color:#EEE8CD;

I hope this helps! emoticon

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Hi Lesa,
 I look like that emoticon Thank you for all of your help. emoticon
Jewel


Last edited by Jewel5, 9/7/2014, 6:37 pm


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emoticon You're welcome, Jewel! emoticon

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