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Help me with user HTML please..

Initiate Mage
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I'm just looking to add a background effect show up under names in my usergroups on vbulletin using the Admincp/, I tried adding this to my current user HTML but I failed horribly, is there anyone who can help me get it working. maybe show me step by step how to correctly add it all into one.?

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<span style="color:yellow;"><img src="[URL]http://www.eypic.net/images/2d9tg1kvk.gif[/URL]" />
This is my current Administrators user HTML.. i want to incorporate the below background image into this code, while keeping everything in it..help please?

http://forum.ragezone.com/images/backround7.gif

Second line is just </span> .
 
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Code:
<span style="color:yellow;background:url([URL]http://www.eypic.net/images/2d9tg1kvk.gif)">[/code[/URL]]
 Try this[/QUOTE]
Doesn't do anything, I don't even see where in that line of code the background is.. all it says is background:url?

[img]http://www.eypic.net/images/c3271bea9e.png[/img] [img]http://www.eypic.net/images/38d28b392d.png[/img]
Just trying to get the background.gif effect on my name there, while keeping the crown, and the text colour.
 
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The correct CSS is;

background: url("YourDomain");


Also; TimeBomb forgot to close the CSS statement.

Always put an ";" at the end of each CSS property.
 
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The correct CSS is;

background: url("YourDomain");


Also; TimeBomb forgot to close the CSS statement.

Always put an ";" at the end of each CSS property.

Closing the final css property isn't technically necessary, and considering that vB has a strict character limit on the before/after HTML for usernames, I opted to remove the unnecessary final semicolon.

And Dale, I misunderstood part of your OP. Try the following code:

Code:
<span style="color:yellow;background:url(http://i.imgur.com/yc2r5iF.gif)"><img src="http://i.imgur.com/FOQuDlw.gif" />
 
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Closing the final css property isn't technically necessary, and considering that vB has a strict character limit on the before/after HTML for usernames, I opted to remove the unnecessary final semicolon.

And Dale, I misunderstood part of your OP. Try the following code:

Code:
<span style="color:yellow;background:url(http://i.imgur.com/yc2r5iF.gif)"><img src="http://i.imgur.com/FOQuDlw.gif" />
sorry but apparently that's too long, you know what.. don't worry about it to be honest, I'm not anymore, I'm fine with not having the background, I just thought it'd be cool is all ^_^
 
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sorry but apparently that's too long, you know what.. don't worry about it to be honest, I'm not anymore, I'm fine with not having the background, I just thought it'd be cool is all ^_^

Instead of linking the two files externally from imgur, save them both and put them in the images folder... Then the code is:
Code:
<span style="color:yellow;background:url(images/user_b.gif)"><img src="./images/user_crown.gif" />

Suddenly it's shorter and will be accepted!

All the best,
Richard Komakech.
 
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