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Decorative graphic above/below the forums?


The question is asked about putting decorative graphics just below or just above the forums. Can you do it and are there any restrictions when doing it?

The answer is yes you can do this easily with just CSS but you are limited to a single graphic and as far as I know there is no way to make the graphic clickable.

The basic CSS looks like this:
/* DECO IMAGE BELOW FORUMS */
.ak_msg_forumlist_belowforums_table {display: block; margin-top: 1em; height: 25px; width:100%; background: url("[sign in to see URL]");}
.ak_msg_forumlist_belowforums_table_td {display: block;}

/* DECO IMAGE ABOVE FORUMS */
.ak_msg_forumlist_aboveforums_table {display: block; margin-top: 1em; height: 25px; width:100%; background: url("[sign in to see URL]");}
.ak_msg_forumlist_aboveforums_table_td {display: block;}

The graphics url is what I have highlighted in blue and you will need to change that to your graphic images location.

The height and width statements highlighted in blue control how your image is displayed. On this board I set the height as equal to my image size and since my graphic is a uniform separator image I set the width at 100% to save on my CSS space. For a single picture used for say a board legend to help in navigation around the board you would set your height and width to the same size as your picture or it would look really distorted.

Last edited by Pastor Rick, 12/6/2008, 11:26 am


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