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Discussion in 'Styling and Customization Questions' started by Matthew2D, May 2, 2012.

  1. Matthew2D

    Matthew2D Active Member

    Hello. How would I add this background to my forum? Though I want it magnified..

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    Go to: Style Properties>General>HTML. Under Background you will see "Image." Place the path to your image there.
  3. Matthew2D

    Matthew2D Active Member

    it added the background on the footer...


    Ok, I looked at your site. Try doing the same thing, but here: Style Properties>General>Content.
  5. DRE

    DRE Well-Known Member

    Appearances/Styles/Style Properties/General/HTML
  6. Matthew2D

    Matthew2D Active Member

    Already tried...
  7. Floris

    Floris Guest

    html { background-color: #cdd7df; }
    body {
    	background-image: url('background.png'); 
    	background-position: bottom center; 
    	background-repeat: no-repeat; 
    	-moz-background-size: 100%; -o-background-size: 100%; -webkit-background-size: 100%; background-size: 100%;
  8. Geekstra

    Geekstra Member

    Created a new forum and I'm trying to do this.

    I tried both

    Style Properties>General>HTML. Under Background you will see "Image." Place the path to your image there. (/images/XenforoBG.png)


    Editing EXTRA.css to:
    and neither worked.

    The site is http://enertia.tv/forums/ so you can look and see if I messed up somewhere.
  9. CritiKiL

    CritiKiL Active Member

    First, you need to have a 'path' on the server to host the image. (ex: http://video.clankillas.net/images/spring.png).
    Next you will want to make the Header-Background area Transparent. To do this:
    Admin CP -> Appearance -> Style Properties -> Header and Navigation -> Header ~ In the 'background' color-box, check 'clear value' at the bottom.

    Finally you'll want to do this:
    Appearances/Styles/Style Properties/General/BODY ~ Make SURE that in the 'background' color-box, you have 'clear value' box (below) checked and then just put the path to where the image is, into the 'image' box to the right of the 'background' color-box.

    'Jake' gets all the credit for this, Reference:

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