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chestersgallery
 
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Photo Banner

Post Sat Jun 28, 2008 2:31 pm


Hi Everyone, Can anyone tel me how I create a single panoramic style banner photograph on my style sheet. I know nothing about writting my own so if anyone is willing to let me use there design that would be even better. Much appreciated from a style sheet novice :D

halesr
 
Posts: 664

Re: Photo Banner

Post Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:34 pm


You might want to try this thread.

http://form.pbase.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=37218&p=239381&hilit=banner+image#p239381

or search for banner graphic. I think you will get the information you are seeking.

HTH--Rene

phil_stubbs
 
Posts: 106

Re: Photo Banner

Post Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:44 pm


Hi

The image you want to use has to be posted on Pbase and I would suggest that you size them correctly. I post mine to their own gallery which is not viewable to anyone.

The select the image you want and copy the URL

Paste this into the Gallery description when in edit mode.

Then add the additional information as below.

src="http://www.pbase.com/YOUR Name/image/Your Image/original.jpg" width="1000"

the 'your name' and 'your image@ will relate to your URL.

There is also a check box in Edit Gallery to identify whether you are using HTML, you will need to set this.

I hope this helps

Phil

chestersgallery
 
Posts: 184

Re: Photo Banner

Post Mon Jun 30, 2008 10:04 pm


Thanks for that , I will post the gallery link under this comment if I'm succesfull

chestersgallery
 
Posts: 184

Re: Photo Banner

Post Mon Jun 30, 2008 10:39 pm


Sorry to bother you people again. I know you have probably got better things to do than answering my questions on this forum. I have pasted this into my description box

http://www.pbase.com/chestersgallery/image/99174971/original.jpg

src="http://www.pbase.com/FOXGLOVE/image/www.pbase.com/chestersgallery/image/99174971/original.jpg" width="1000"


and ticked the box as suggested. If you see the gallery Im testing this on you will see I have no image. Can you give me any further help as to what Im doing wrong. Probably somthing obvious but I just can't see what (A style sheet novice Im afraid)

dang
 
Posts: 3780

Re: Photo Banner

Post Tue Jul 01, 2008 12:34 am


The code isn't quiet right (includes 2 url's & missing the <img), try copy & pasting this:
Code: Select all
<center><img src="http://www.pbase.com/chestersgallery/image/99174971/original.jpg" border="0"</center>


On a side note, as a general rule I try keeping a banners a bit less than 800 pixels maximum, so people using smaller screen resolutions won't need to scroll. And as long as you use an original size, it's not necessary to add the size into the code.

Hope this helps.

chestersgallery
 
Posts: 184

Re: Photo Banner

Post Tue Jul 01, 2008 1:10 pm


Thanks Dang. That worked a treat. All I need to do now is figure how best to use it. Thank you all for the replies. I really need to get into these codes so I can fully understand them but thats got me what I wanted without having to learn a whole new language. :lol:

stacyjon
 
Posts: 40

Re: Photo Banner

Post Thu Jul 10, 2008 5:13 am


Can't help you with the code -- but I wanted to comment on the banner picture! That's a neat one! My eyes have a very difficult time trying to make the side lines parallel and perpendicular! I keep seeing a trapezoid unless I look directly as an edge! Great illusion.
Stacy Jon Peterson -- Eagle River, Alaska
http://www.pbase.com/stacyjon
http://www.alaskafocus.net

rvfoltz
 
Posts: 1

Re: Photo Banner

Post Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:24 pm


dang wrote:The code isn't quiet right (includes 2 url's & missing the <img), try copy & pasting this:
Code: Select all
<center><img src="http://www.pbase.com/chestersgallery/image/99174971/original.jpg" border="0"</center>


On a side note, as a general rule I try keeping a banners a bit less than 800 pixels maximum, so people using smaller screen resolutions won't need to scroll. And as long as you use an original size, it's not necessary to add the size into the code.

Hope this helps.


Oh yes it did help! Thank you guys, gonna have my cool banner! :D


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