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vicious_h3art

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So, I have seen many tutorials on this but they all seem to be missing info. Like do I put a different code in each pic caption? I tried to put a background in and it just shows up as a little pic right below the picture caption where I put it. I want to add a background and stuff. Help!
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Try asking in the official myspace forum itself. There are more myspace HTML experts there, than here.
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Try using MySpace's New Profile Editor. You must be logged in and using Internet Explorer until they get this working for all browsers.

Please checkout the Help Menu as there are many tools available and too many people come back and post that they couldn't do it.

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Edited by Major Payne, 18 August 2007 - 05:22 PM.

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yea.. that profile editor is so basic. it doesnt really give me the option im looking for. i think that its impossible to edit ur pics page now that they added the albums.... :whistling:
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seriously, im not one of those ppl who don't know what theyre doing. check out what i did to my blog.... http://www.myspace.com/vicious_intent
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Well, I found a lot of tools and options for editing an entire MySpace page with the Profile Editor. Your other option is to go to one of the many MySpace sites that have all those fancy layouts and online generators to use.

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been there done that. they all have the same tutorial lol. i guess im just destined to have the same old view pics page. *sigh*
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Ugh, I hate Myspace. I made an account on it the other day to play with CSS, and they don't let you do anything useful on it..
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i used to really "pimp" my pro, but now i just use a layout generator. I dont have time for all that, but i do however; want to customize my pic page!
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Well, where abouts on your pics page would you put the CSS?
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supposedly in the captions, but i havent gotten it to work. Like I put in some coding for a background pic into the caption of my first pic.
the "background" i added turned out as small as a regular picture and showed up right under my picture where the caption should have been.
NOT A BACKGROUND!!
so frustrating.
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Ugh, I hate Myspace. I made an account on it the other day to play with CSS, and they don't let you do anything useful on it..

MySpace has its own way to code for their pages. Like the pound sign (#) is not used for {color: xxxxxx;} . You have to read the tutorial on how to code CSS for their pages.

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Most of the tutorials are pretty straight forward, but this photo page one is a mystery to me. The directions are so vague. I dont think anyone really knows how to do it.
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I would try, but can't at this time with 2 and possibly another web site under construction.

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Lol, its all good Ron. I'll find it out one of these days. I'm too curious not to.
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