With all the backgrounds and textures that I offer on my site I feel that there might be a need for a quick tutorial on how to add custom backgrounds to your site. This tutorial also applies if you’re using a website builder like 123-reg, but you will typically have to select the CSS dashboard to edit the CSS code. To start with this you will need one image. Lets start out with a large centered background image.
Well I decided to leave the comfort of FireFox to try out Google Chrome for a few weeks.Â There are some very important firefox add-ons that I use every day.Â After digging around a while I found most of the same addons extensions that I now able to use with Chrome.Â As for the results, well as usual I am not fully satisfied. Anyway here is what I have installed so far. Web Developer What it does: Adds a toolbar button with various web developer tools. The official port of the Web Developer extension for Firefox. Version 0.2 fixes a
Here is a basic grunge background. Image dimensions are 1600X800px. Took about 10mins to build, PSD included. I started with a center content area size of 960px wide. If you have PhotoShop then you can edit this to fit your needs.
I built a pack of backgrounds for the WordPress theme called Pixel. Try this one and let me know what you think. I will soon post the rest of what I have built for that theme. All you have to do is back up the old image, name the new one the same and upload the new one to your server.