pleasehelp21

Anonymous
I've been experimenting around with the style.css file and I've noticed that the "background: " change only applies to colors such as " #000000." I've tried putting in the following:

"background: http://www.mysite.com/layouts/professional/images/image.jpg"

and it will not work.

Please help! How can I use an image as the background for the sidebars?


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jmucchiello

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Go to w3.org to learn about CSS.

In this case you need
PHP Formatted Code
td.block-featured-left
{
   background-image: url(http://yoursite.com/whereever/it/is.jpg);
   background-color: #000000;
}
 
Use the background-color too in case the client fails to load the image file. Just use colors similar to the image rather than the black above.

pleasehelp21

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Thanks! That worked. Can You also tell me how I can change the font color on the side menu bars?

Also, how can I change the wording on the side menu bar for things? For example, I would like to change:

"Who's Online" to simple "Online"

and I also want to center "Online" and change the font color for it....

Can anyone help?

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Dirk

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Quote by pleasehelp21: Also, how can I change the wording on the side menu bar for things? For example, I would like to change:

"Who's Online" to simple "Online"

Simply change the block title from the Admin's block editor.

bye, Dirk