iNove Background help!

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  • #415490

    emericapd
    Member

    Hey guys I just bought the CSS upgrade for my site: http://pandandasquad.com I have asked a few people to edit my css for me so the background would be halloween colors or pictures, but no one knew how to do it. Can someone please tell me like step by step instructions to change my background color or add picture, because I am new to css and am using iNove theme which doesn’t seem to compatible with anything!! XP Thanks!

    The blog I need help with is pandandasquad.com.

    #415622

    Buying the CSS upgrade with no knowledge of CSS is like buying an airplane to make a trip across country when you don’t know how to fly. There are only two or three people here in the forums with any experience, and they come and go infrequently. Delete everything that is in the CSS edit window now and add the following to the CSS edit window. Replace “img/bg.jpg” between the parentheses with the URL of the image you want to use as a background (that you upload to the media library).

    body {
    background:none url(img/bg.jpg) repeat scroll 0 0;
    }
    
    #wrap {
    background:none;
    }
    #415627

    emericapd
    Member

    Alright thanks, and I had hired people(not paid) doing it for me XP

    #415628

    emericapd
    Member

    Yeah, it work with iNove so I am going to switch themes. Thanks for the feedback though!!

    #415658

    CSS is theme specific, so what I gave you above may not work with any other theme.

    #415696

    emericapd
    Member

    It’s alright I got it all figured out! Thanks for your help!!

    #415701

    You’re welcome.

    #415824

    ewigginton
    Member

    With CSS being theme specific, is there a way to know, other than trial and error, whether a theme allows certain changes?

    Thank you,

    Ellen

    #415826

    It requires that you look both in the generated source code (the HTML) and the CSS to see how they theme is structured and how a specific element is controlled within the CSS. One of the best tools for this job is the Firebug addon for Firefox which will list the HTML for elements on the left, and the associated CSS on the right and even allows you to try changes real-time to see the effects.

    http://getfirebug.com/

    #415835

    ewigginton
    Member

    Thank you so much for the information. I hadn’t heard of firebug before. Off to check it out!

    Ellen

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