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Ramona (empyreal) wrote in customization,
@ 2004-06-07 20:48:00
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    Adding Navigation Links
    In order to add navigation links, you must first specify a website on your user information page



    Default:



    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <td>
    <br>&<br><a href="http://www.example.com">name of link</a>
    </td>
    <d bgcolor=%%color:stronger_back%%> </td>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <td>
    <br>&<br><a href="http://www.example.com">name of link</a>
    </td>
    <td bgcolor=%%color:stronger_back%%> </td>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for website link -->
    <td>
    <a href="%%url%%">%%name%%
    </td>
    <d bgcolor=%%color:stronger_back%%> </td>
    <!-- end code for website link -->
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE




    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL http://www.example.com to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link to whatever suits your needs.



    Generator:


    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <tr>
    <td class="meta">[</td>
    <td align="right" class="meta"><b>description</b></td>
    <td align="center" class="meta">|</td>
    <td class="meta">
    <a href="http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    </td>
    <d class="meta">]</td>
    </tr>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <tr>
    <td class="meta">[</td>
    <td align="right" class="meta"><b>description</b></td>
    <td align="center" class="meta">|</td>
    <td class="meta">
    <a href="http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    </td>
    <d class="meta">]</td>
    </tr>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for website link -->
    <tr>
    <td class="meta">[</td>
    <td align="right" class="meta"><b>website</b></td>
    <td align="center" class="meta">|</td>
    <td class="meta">
    <a href="%%url%%">%%name%%</a>
    </td>
    <td class="meta">]</td>
    </tr>
    <!-- end code for website link -->
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE




    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, then you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL(http://www.example.com) to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link and description to whatever suits your needs.



    Disjointed:


    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <!-- code for website link -->
    <br><a href="%%url%%">%%name%%</a>
    <!-- end code for website link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <br>&<br><a href="http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <br><br>&<br><a href="http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->


    <=LASTN_WEBSITE




    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, then you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL(http://www.example.com) to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link to whatever suits your needs.



    Punquin Elegant:


    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <!-- code for website link -->
    <A HREF="%%url%%">&gt; %%name%%</A><BR>

    <!-- end of code for website link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <a href=">http://www.example.com">
    &gt; name of link</a><br>
    <!-- end of code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <a href="http://www.example.com">
    &gt; name of link</a><br>

    <!-- end of code for additional link -->
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE




    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, then you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL( http://www.example.com) to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link to whatever suits your needs.



    Magazine:


    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <!-- code for website link --><
    (<a href="%%url%%">%%name%%</a>)
    <!-- end code for website link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    (<a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>)
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    (<a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>)
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE






    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, then you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL( http://www.example.com) to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link to whatever suits your needs.

    Tabular Indent:



    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <TR><TD>View:</TD><TD><<a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>.</TD></TR>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <TR><TD>View:</TD><TD><a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>.</TD></TR>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for website link -->
    <TR><TD>View:</TD><TD><A HREF="%%url%%">Website (%%name%%)</A>.</TD></TR>
    <!-- end code for website link -->
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE






    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, then you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL( http://www.example.com) to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link to whatever suits your needs.



    Refried Paper:
    The Refried Paper style allows for two different options in regard to adding navigation links. In the first override, you can add liks to the existing subtitle section


    LASTN_WEBSITE<=

    <!-- code for website link -->
    <br>
    <a href="%%url%%">%%name%%
    <!-- end code for website link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <br>
    <a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <br>
    <a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE






    The following override allows you to add a new subtitle before the new links:


    LASTN_WEBSITE<=
    <!-- code for website link -->
    <br>
    <a href="%%url%%">%%name%%</a>
    <!-- end code for website link -->

    <!-- additional links subtitle -->
    </td> </tr>
    <tr> <td bgcolor="#000000"><img src="%%cons:img%%/dot.gif" width="1" height="1"></td></tr>
    <tr> <td bgcolor="#CCCCCC"><font class="subhead">Links</font></td></tr>
    <tr><td bgcolor="#000000"><img src="%%cons:img%%/dot.gif" width="1" height="1"></td></tr>
    <tr> <td class="links">
    <!-- end additional links subtitle -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    <br>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->

    <!-- code for additional link -->
    <a href=" http://www.example.com"> name of link</a>
    <br>
    <!-- end code for additional link -->
    </td></tr>
    <=LASTN_WEBSITE



    Using the override in its current state will allow the website you have designated on your user information page to appear in your journal. If you would like to omit this link, then you will need to remove the segment for the website link.

    You will also need to change the URL( http://www.example.com) to the address of the website you want to link. You can also change the name of link and Links to whatever suits your needs.


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_summerskiss_
2004-07-04 17:06 (link)
could someone PLEASE post how to make your font in your journal entry's a different color??????? and also how to put a link in your journal entry to some big long word thing in the part where it shows your comments like what you guys do in this. if you know what i mean hopefully you do.

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empyreal
2004-07-04 18:33 (link)
Why not try reading the FAQ's first? Links and HTML in entries.

Coloring the font, you would use the following. <font color="#800080">Text goes here</font> To change the color from purple(800080) to what you want, use a different hexidecimal color code value.

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(Anonymous)
2004-08-20 19:03 (link)
hey, by any chance do you know how to fix the width of the mood and music boxes...mine is to small so the titles of the songs dont fit on one line its takes up two or three. email: born2charmyou@aol.com

thank you!

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empyreal
2005-02-15 23:48 (link)
It is dependant on the size of your entry box.

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help me please!
_summerskiss_
2004-08-20 20:06 (link)
ya i don't know if anyone would know but i got a problem. i tried to change the background picture on my blurty and now its crap. i just want it to be one big picture in the background that doesnt move, just stays there while the words move and no tiling! any help much appreciated.

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Re: help me please!
empyreal
2004-08-20 20:38 (link)
A tutorial on this can be found here.

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dancinchix04
2004-11-04 14:20 (link)
I'm using Refried paper, and I'm trying to change the color of my font using the custom colors box, but it won't let me change it to black... Am I just being dense or what... How do I do this??

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empyreal
2004-11-16 21:47 (link)
The refried paper style colors are hard coded. As such, you need to override them. See this tutorial.

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riddled_mind
2004-11-23 13:40 (link)
how do I make a dotted border for my journal entrys?

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empyreal
2004-11-23 16:32 (link)
See this tutorial

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vivalajuicy
2004-12-09 21:33 (link)
ppplllleeeasssseeee.. give/help me with the html codes that let you get rid of, "soandso" 's blurty entries. and also the html codes to chage/get rid of "userimfo l blurty user imfo" - "calender l blurty calendar" and also [entries l friends l caldenar]

i will love you forever...

-ginevra

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(Anonymous)
2005-01-31 22:56 (link)
hey.. one of my friend's made an override to put a picture for my background.. but how could i make it so the part where i write has a certain colored background.. like when i click on my "frinds" page.. it makes the entries have a solig background.. ahh.. i don't know.. please will you help me?

*dupixie18

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girl_intruptd
2006-02-12 21:31 (link)
could you tell me the code to post pictures in my entries?? thank you!

<33 Ash

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empyreal
2006-02-13 12:07 (link)
Try this FAQ

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