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Add Picture Att Header And Buttom Of Page

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batman    389
batman

Hi again

If you're looking to make the color image span the entire page make sure you've set 'full width sections' in the template layout.

 

Then you can try add in

PageLines > Site Options > Custom Code > CSS Rules

or in

Pagelines Customize (plugin)

It is advisable to learn how to do this on your own too.  

Check out http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/Custom_CSS

 

 

/*--HEADER--*/
#header.container-group {background-image: url(http://YOUR IMAGE HERE.jpg);}
 
/*--FOOTER--*/
#footer {background-image: url(http://YOUR IMAGE HERE.jpg);}

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patriknordkvist    0
patriknordkvist

THX

I get the url i red when I try to add it in the CSS box. Have uploaded the picture to the miedia libary and have a url there.

#header.container-group {background-image: url(http://YOUR IMAGE HERE.jpg);}

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Danny    1,327
Danny

Hi,

 

I am not sure what you're trying to do, also you have posted in the PageLines Framework customisation forum but your site, which is visible to moderators only, is using WhiteHouse Pro ?


Please search our forums, before posting!

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patriknordkvist    0
patriknordkvist

1. Trying to I add a fixed picture so it gets on the header (and menu) and at the buttom? I would like it to look like http://www.sortednoise.com/

2. Got answer to insert  #header.container-group {background-image: url(http://YOUR IMAGE HERE.jpg);}

3. When I do that the url adress gets red in the CSS script page, so it dose not work. The picture is uploded in the media libarary

4. Yes I have White house for the momenent but are rebuilding it with PageLines Framework. So only have that theam when I am there and builds

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Rob    547
Rob

You're supposed to replace the 'http://YOUR IMAGE HERE.jpg' with the actual URL of the image you wish to view. http://YOUR will be seen as an incorrect URL and red flagged, if not throw an error.


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