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Flicka ~ CGC

NO-ONE is going- to sneak up on- my Mummy
 
 
Purred: Sun Aug 31, '14 9:41pm PST 
5 minute page loads...........

Well Done Rosco !!!!! snoopysnoopysnoopysnoopysnoopysnoopysnoopy

CoCo Puff......

Nothing has changed....

Width 760px by whatever depth you want.

You may want to tweek the px by one or 2... but that info was up to date.

Yes.. its old info... no one has been able to do a thing for over 8 mths.. the info however picks up where it left off

hughug

Little CoCo- Puff- ♥2001-

I have a soccer- Mom!
 
 
Purred: Sun Aug 31, '14 10:06pm PST 
Flicka, thank you so much. I have the source code from when I was doing backgrounds for others. Thought I would just see if anything changed. It does look a bit odd. Like the top banner looks like it could be wider, mmm. Seems like it is cutting the height on mine off a bit...will have to look into that. Do you know of any dogs that have their backgrounds done that I could copy the source and swap it out?

Dusty the- Puppycat- *DLM*

I am Puppycat- the Dogster- Stud!
 
 
Purred: Mon Sep 1, '14 2:45am PST 
Coco Puff, a banner can be 760 wide but be sure to take any margins and borders into consideration. The height can be whatever you want but make sure you put that into your code.

Edited by author Mon Sep 1, '14 2:47am PST



Dusty the- Puppycat- *DLM*

I am Puppycat- the Dogster- Stud!
 
 
Purred: Mon Sep 1, '14 2:49am PST 
Oops I see Flicka already answered your question, Coco Puff. laugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loud

Webster

Eternally in- love with- Katie...
 
 
Purred: Mon Sep 1, '14 3:26am PST 
If you're wondering about the banner on your own page, Little Coco Puff, it "looks a bit odd" because the image is 175px high, but the height set in the CSS code for #topFrame is only 160px. So it gets lopped off a bit at both top and bottom (evenly divided, because you have it set to CENTER). Also, the width of the image is 775px, not 760px, but that's okay because the image has plenty of extra space on the sides and again, the cutoff is evenly divided because you have specified CENTER. Nothing seriously amiss here! But it would be an easy fix to change that height setting for #topFrame to 175px. wink

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