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Change and Center A Banner


I am trying to set up a board for my nephew but I can't seem to get a background that doesn't have SAMPLE SKIN written across it. Can someone tell me how to change this. Thank you!

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Re: Help.........Please


you can change the banner that comes with the skin for either your own or none

Depending on which skin you have chosen goto

control panel > select the board > click manage > click edit colors / layout of your board > click manage custom html content

In the header area there will be something like

<img src="img.runboard.com/skins/samplebanner.jpg">

either change the url for your own banner

or remove the whole line to have no banner.

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How do I go about centering the new banner? Anywhere I've tried <p align=center> hasn't worked.
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Re: Help.........Please


In your Custom HTML area, I'd use background-position-x:center;, as in:

<div style="width:100%;height:175px;background-color:#000000;background-image:url(http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/8055/logo79dz.gif);background-repeat:no-repeat;background-position-x:center;border-width:0px"></div>

That's assuming you aren't going to use a sidebar (if you do, you may need to use a background-position arrangement).






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Ah hah! It worked, thank you emoticon
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