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Feature Boxes - How to Format

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pamlc    0
pamlc

Hi, What is the best way for a non-tech person to put proper coding in the Feature Boxes in IBlog Pro? Is it best to write a draft post and just copy/paste the html? How/where can I change the background color of each of the 3 Feature Boxes so that they each have a distinct background color? thanks much, Pam

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jnoh    0
jnoh

Just using the default html and changing out the text between the tags would be the best way to put proper coding in the feature boxes. As for the 3 feature boxes having distinct colors. I don't know of an easy way to do that. Did you want the whole feature box to be different colors each?

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Jackey    29
Jackey

If I understand the question correctly..., this can be done using the [iBlogPro3 Feature Setup][Feature Background (CSS - Optional)][Feature Background (CSS Background Shorthand)] `#fff url(http://yourwebsite/wp-content/uploads/featurefront1.jpg) no-repeat top left` #fff = color url(backgroundpattern) repeat/no-repeat orientation For each and every "Feature"

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