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Post by Senzu on Sat Nov 17 2012, 10:53

hey, i have a little problem. i would like my banner on to resize whether i switch my browser from window to fullscreen. on one of my forums it does http://devilonmyshoulder.forumo.org/
but in any others it doesn't. especially on these two http://takingbackerebor.warsforum.com/ and http://49stonesfansunite.up-with.com/
i don't know why though. each banner had been made by someone else but each one had been set by me. all my forums are phpBB3. i don't know what's wrong. there's no difference between .jpg and .png too. help please

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Kaizer Lee on Sat Nov 17 2012, 10:55

Actually, there's a difference between the 2 of them ._.

And your problem is that they're 2 big to fit in the skin. You might want someone to resize them for you,

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Senzu on Sat Nov 17 2012, 10:57

could someone resize them for me? Smile

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Kaizer Lee on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:07

I tried to lessen it to the exact as much as I could, but here they are.



http://i.imgur.com/fnFGR.jpg



http://i.imgur.com/oCF8l.jpg

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Senzu on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:32

thanks. would they resize now when switching from window to full screen?



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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Kaizer Lee on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:41

Try it, all I know what'll happen is that it'll fit to the skin now. And actually, when I tried it with mine, it did resize. I had to recreate your whole forum front part just to see it ._.

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Senzu on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:42

i tried, it showed up really small and was looking weird, just on the middle. and did not resize. wait, i will post the pic of it



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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Kaizer Lee on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:44

Well, I did resize it so that it can fit through the lines of your forum. Apart from that, it's working fine with mine. I don't know what's the problem anymore, so I can't answer your questions since the thing's working fine. Hopefully, another person will answer this one and if I wasn't able to meet your needs, my apologies.

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Senzu on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:46

that's okay, i generally mean to fit it to the width of the forum. that's primary thing

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Kaizer Lee on Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:49

Well, I guess that worked? Since I actually resized all the pics based from the right one.

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Re: Resizing banner

Post by Senzu on Sat Nov 17 2012, 12:04

it did, thank you for trying. but it's not what i mean. here's what i mean:






EDIT: a friend who made it explained me the possible reason.

topic solved.

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