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Registered: 28/10/2008

(Date Posted:12/08/2009 2:24 AM)
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Colouring Border lines
or Panty Lines as we
like to call them.


Now you have completed putting
the colours in your layers ...
we must think about the panty lines ..those little white lines
that show up where your
layers end.

1. Before posting your background sometimes it is nice to have
contrasting or matching
colours on the borders.

2. Go back up to HTML and
clic on it .

3. Place your cursor immediately
where it says TABLE
and type in bordercolor=# then
go to your 
Color Cop or
alternatively, to the, Tips & Tricks Board,
Colour Chart
HERE, and choose
a colour as close to the tile you
are trying to match or contrast.     
When you have found the colour
you want ...look at the number
and make a note of it (if you are
like me you will have to write it down) ...and type this number
after the 
# and hit the space
bar once.

4. Hit the back icon at the top
of the HTML coding,to go back
to your background ....
to see if it has turned out ok ...
if not simply delete the number
and try for another. until you are satisfied.     Do this procedure
with all of your borders ..

5. If you prefer to use Color Cop
you can go HERE for the link,on the tips and tricks board.  I think you will find it quite a handy little tool, especially if you are into PSP as well .

        Have fun, hope you are
        enjoying yourself thus far.

Remember if you have any
queries please leave them either
in your folder, or PM me, or leave me a message in my mailbox, and I will get to it as soon as possible, remember also, there is a time difference between our countries, so please bear with me, I will check your folders as soon as I can get into Aimoo.

Enjoy and be happy!!

This Tutorial was written and is © 
to Marina @ VenablesOfficeAimoo, any
resemblance to other tutorials is
purely coincidental.

Designed & HTML by Marina @ VenablesOfficeAimoo

(Message edited by marina4christOn19/03/2011 4:20 AM)


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