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Creating pictures for different folders

Post by Colsophnel on March 13th 2012, 11:12 pm

How do you create pictures for different folders? Like say I have a category for applications and you can click on it and create a new topic where you post your app, how do I create a banner icon for the "Applications" title? I want to do this for all my folders on my forums page on here: http://www.tgcommunity.com/forum Like where it says Tribal Creed, to have a banner across that....How do I apply one?

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Re: Creating pictures for different folders

Post by Klemen on March 13th 2012, 11:28 pm

Hmm... Try:

Code:
.row{
background: url(background_url);
}

div.inner ul.topiclist,ul.topiclist,ul.topiclist li.row{
background: url(background_url);
}

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Re: Creating pictures for different folders

Post by Colsophnel on March 13th 2012, 11:31 pm

Where would I place that?

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Re: Creating pictures for different folders

Post by Klemen on March 13th 2012, 11:37 pm

Go to admin panel > display > colors > CSS Stylesheets and paste this code at the end. Then just change where it says "background_url" to the URL of the picture you want.

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Re: Creating pictures for different folders

Post by Colsophnel on March 14th 2012, 1:43 am

still so confused lol but I think I'd just need to understand CSS coding a little better.... Not sure what that code means by "row"

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