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hi every one,



I want to make a theme for my site and wanted to know how can i centrise the site and add a background image at the back that stays static,



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thank you very much


and i found the fix in the tutorial
,, its me always rushing for a sulotion
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hi

i found another problem with no solution !!

after fixing the width of the site and adding the background pic,
i wanted the pic to be static "not scroll down with the page" rather then it been repeater every time its finished,?

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am also looking inside the forum css to try and remove all the boarders that make it look a bit stressing ;-) , any lead that can help me would be of very good.
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ak.bigmo said

looking inside the forum css to try and remove all the boarders
A great tool to start with in identifying where the css code is for borders is Firebug (Firefox addon).

To my memory also the static background issue has been in the forums a while back - you might do a search.


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I just noticed one of the members websites that has the fixed background.
http://airsoftsemtabus.com/index.php?keep_has_js=1
Use firebug there to figure it out…


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Islander-aua has an excellent post on "In just a few simple steps, anyone can give a very different look to their website" at http://ocportal.com/forum/topicview/misc/themeing/tutorial_giving_a_new.htm#post_55676


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ak.bigmo said

looking inside the forum css to try and remove all the boarders
A great tool to start with in identifying where the css code is for borders is Firebug (Firefox addon).

To my memory also the static background issue has been in the forums a while back - you might do a search.
I will search the forum to find the solution thanks mate.
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I gave you an idea to try out in your request from the tutorial thread.

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