July 5th, 2005


Free-text placement problems and marquee component...

Is there a way to alter the placement of your free-text components in this way:

1. Profile
2. Free text
3. Calendar
4. Links
5. Free Text
6. Free text

Also, I've tried this tutorial several times today, however, every time I paste it onto my html customization page, I receive an error message like this:

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This code was placed frequently beneath the print_free_text function, yet it still refused to work. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
is that alright with you


I didn't see anything like this in the tutorials guide, but is there any way to add a footer? (like, another image at the bottom, under the entries)
london: default
  • londra

Help Please?


I'm quite new to lj, and I was just wondering how to add a header image to my journal. All the previous posts were quite complicated or didn't include what I exactly wanted, so if someone could explain it to me in the most simple way, I'd be grateful.


Square component...

Yes...I've already read the Square Component tutorial, however, it doesn't make the header of my components look as smooth as the ones in this journal: http://www.livejournal.com/users/wherethewind__ or this one: http://www.livejournal.com/users/pamelajoy

In these journals, the component headers do not have a slight shadow beneath them like mine do. Is there a way to get rid of that shadow while maintaining square components?
Six-eyed Blind Monsters

Reply Page

I'm looking to edit my reply page. I've never seen a tutorial for this, and when I searched the community I found this entry (along with a few others that weren't what I needed), but the answer wasn't given publically; it was emailed to the asker. I asked masterslacker for help, but since he was busy, he suggested I post here.

Ideally, I'd like to:

1. Have my entry look like it does in other instances (such as on the recent view),

2. Have any textboxes/textareas to fit within the width of my layout, and

3. Really love to be able to put in some kind of legend, either above or next to the message textarea, that lets commenters know what smilies they can use in the comments. Thank you, absolut.

The only thing that's really important to me is getting everything to the width it's supposed to be, because my layout is very width-dependent, and I hate the way it looks when it's wider than my layout.

I know HTML, but not the S2 language. I only know enough of that to keep from getting errors, but not actually write my own coding. In other words, I know I have to override the ReplyPage::print_body() function, but I have no idea how to do that or what I have to do to do that.

My layout is Component, by the way. It just doesn't look it.

Any help at all would be greatly appreciated. If you need to see my layers, let me know and I'll make them public.

Thank you.
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