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Styling the body like that would not work unless the styling is set in the particular page. Since you've already added the image to the page, then you know how to add the code for that section. I haven't looked at the code for the page, but you can try the following to add the image as a background image:

<style type="text/css">
body { background-color: ffffff; background-image: url(http://tinypic.com/v...php?pic=4lpdzpc); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: center center; background-attachment: scroll; }
</style>

This should be place between the picture page's <head> tags. If no access to them, then you can try removing the <style></style> tags and placing the CSS at the very beginning of where you place the other code.

I left off the pound sign (#) in the background-color as MySpace doesn't use it. That's one of the quirks I remembered.

Down a couple for me.

Ron

Edited by Major Payne, 21 August 2007 - 12:09 AM.

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i added this:
<style type="text/css">
body { background-color: ffffff; background-image: url(http://tinypic.com/v...php?pic=4lpdzpc); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: center center; background-attachment: scroll; }
</style>

to the next picture. didnt do anything.
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i was wrong. i tried twice and it wouldnt add any more than.........<style type="text/css">
to the caption. plenty of room. just wouldnt do it.
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It shouldn't be going into the caption area anyway. When I get time, I'll have to play with my Voyager Two page and see what's happening. Can you list the exact steps you are taking to insert the code? May help me see if there is some way to deviate from them. I was having trouble at one time putting in code like the greater than ( > ) and lesser than ( < ) entities. MySpace was stripping them out at the time. lol May have had to use &lt; for less than ( < ) and &gt; for greater than ( > ) entities.

Ron
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you have to put the codes into the captions. thats the only place to add any coding. the only place where you can customize your photo page is on your photo page. thats where i added that little picture.
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