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TESTING CSS CODE for BG... Open to all- nothing to hide!!!! Hehe!

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HYPNoBRECKY manager

font-family:OCR A Extended;

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HYPNoBRECKY manager

.commentList .uThumbWrapper{ height: 100%; } #veohPage a.uThumb{ background:transparent none repeat scroll 0 0; border:0 none; height:Auto; } #veohPage ul.thumbList li{ height:auto; }

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HYPNoBRECKYFolksBlues

This is compliments of our awesome friend, 303pilot! add that little piece of code to the font properties and you will get a cool shadow on yer letters! text-shadow: 0px 1px 0px #FFFFFF;

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303pilot

Thanks for all these info! How do you made the avators tranperent, full filling with the picture and the flashing in the outlines?

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HYPNoBRECKY manager

.systemMessage { display:none; }

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HYPNoBRECKY manager

This is real simple! Thanks to our friend, Filvarr's son! You get two colored lines for a border around anything you put the boder code to! {border: double Red; } If ya wanted thinker lines, then just add something like 4px however thick ya wanted it! Like this- { border: 4px double Red; } You can change the color to whatever pleases you. Remember, this is not a stand alone code piece- it must be inside the brackets of whatever you want a border around like- #comment, h1, #recaptcha_widgetuser, .vcard

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HYPNoBRECKY manager

Yep, this is thanks to our good friend, Gator! Border codes are not stand alone code pieces. You must put it inside the brackets of whatever element code you want a border on. Such as: body, #veohPage, #comment, recaptcha_widgetuser, h1 { border: 6px outset gold; }

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HYPNoBRECKYFolksBlues

Here's a cool, but simple additional element to add to Profile or group pages for sections or individual elements. It puts a 'picture frame' look around as the border to any section or individual element. Just add it to wherever you want to place a picture frame like border around somrthing- add inside the brackets to get this affect { border: 6px ridge Black; } You can change the color to anything you like.

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HYPNoBRECKYFolksBlues

I was signed out of veoh and went to one of my profiles with specialized elements on the page. I noticed that because certain page elements- my page looked real different when I am not signed into veoh... So, I stayed signed out of veoh and went to every one of my profiles and every one of my groups to look @ them when not signed into an account! I almost decided to change a whole layout because of the un-signed-in appearance of one profile.

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HYPNoBRECKYZombPire

#veohPage { background: transparent; } body { background: #F0FFF0 url('http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg223/HYPNoBRECKY/HYPNoBRECKY4%20%20SIGNS%20and%20SCENES%20and%20PEOPLE/Scenes2/Houston48.jpg'); background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: fixed; background-position: center center; color:#2ea7fe; font-family: Kristen ITC; font-size: 12px; font-weight:bold; border: 0px solid #000000; cursor: url(http://www.myspacecursor.net/weather/sunny.ani); }

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