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  1. Did you find what you were looking for? If not I recommend modern-template-rc2. Its css was relatively easy to edit so that my shop looks exactly like my site.
  2. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    Well I guess I've been told. Seriously, I was not asking a basic question about how to change a background image. I have been reading and learning a lot this past week. Guess it doesn't show to an expert such as yourself. It seemed odd that the transparent background image from the fixed center segment (not the body background) was bleeding up into the header. I did have a background image for the header which covered the bleed but it looked funny in IE6 even with an IEPNG fix. After wrestling with it for hours, reading up on setting height, width and repeat limits on images and none of them working I figured only peeps with advanced knowledge could tackle it. But never mind, I'll figure it out on my own. Thanks for the help. So far you've been great. Cya.
  3. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    In the Modern template css stylesheet I put a 3 column background image in the fixed center that looks like this: .fixcenter { width: 990px; background: url(images/contents_bg.png); color: #000000; margin: auto; margin-top: 20px; text-align: left; } I changed the background image for the header to none: TR.header { background: none; } The problem is that the background image for the fixed center bleeds into the header segment. I tried limiting it by adding a no repeat parameter but it just ends up at the top of the page as the 1px height, 990px width png image that it is. You can see it here. How do I limit the background image for the fixed center so that the header doesn't have the 3 column image behind it? thank you.
  4. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    ok thanks. If I make them larger it would be 50px right?
  5. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    Yes table_background_products_new.gif is in my images folder. For the broken front page image I was given this code for getting rid of it: <!-- image removed <td class="pageHeading" align="right"><?php echo tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'table_background_default.gif', HEADING_TITLE, HEADING_IMAGE_WIDTH, HEADING_IMAGE_HEIGHT); ?></td> //--> Looks like I will have to do that for the other pages which have broken images: /shop/product_thumb.php?img=images/table_background_cart.gif&w=50&h=50 /shop/product_thumb.php?img=images/table_background_login.gif&w=50&h=50 If there is a solution let me know, I would rather not have to remove the images. Now the small images for categories and manufacturers displays with no trouble. Its just the frontpage, cart, and login images that are broken.
  6. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    Well that didn't work. It fixed the front page but all other pages in the main page segment are too broad. Which part of the header.php code handles the width of all pages that appear in the central content segment? I'm playing around with the <body> segment on the header file but is seems to manipulate the position of the right and left columns when I only what to change the width of the central box.
  7. bushman

    Broken image across from "Whats New."

    thanks. that worked.
  8. bushman

    Broken image across from "Whats New."

    Which doc do I make these code changes in header.php?
  9. bushman

    Broken image across from "Whats New."

    Thanks for your reply. The image location is listed as:"http://bahamasupclose.com/shop/product_thumb.php?img=images/table_background_default.gif&w=50&h=50" It is in my image directory but when I open the product_thumb.php file I don't see a reference to it. In administration I set image required to false at the image is still broken. This is strange. I thought this would be easy to fix.
  10. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    I still have a broken image on my site. Can anyone tell me if the image to the right of "Whats New" is broken. I have two workstations and the image is broken on both machines and in both Firefox & IE browsers. When I right click the broken image its name is "table_background_default.gif&w=50&h=50" and I can see it in my images folder via ftp. Why isn't it properly displayed? My site is HERE.
  11. bushman

    Broken image across from "Whats New."

    Oh I thought with the image you didn't need a link. :lol: Its here. I already added a new background and transparent image so it looks a little different than when I first posted the image. But the problem persists. I'm using modern-template-rc2a.
  12. bushman

    How do I make boxes transparent?

    I actually fixed that problem by adding a padding parameter to TD.pageHeading, DIV.pageHeading and TD.main, P.main. Now I can make the margins stay within the limits of my transparent image. TD.pageHeading, DIV.pageHeading { font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 20px; font-weight: bold; color: #000000; padding:10 15 15 15; Thanks for offering to help. This is such a great community. Not like other shopping cart forums which shall remain nameless.
  13. bushman

    Modern Template for RC2a

    I actually fixed that problem by adding a padding parameter to TD.pageHeading, DIV.pageHeading and TD.main, P.main. Now I can make the margins stay within the limits of my transparent image. TD.pageHeading, DIV.pageHeading { font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 20px; font-weight: bold; color: #000000; padding:10 15 15 15;
  14. bushman

    Template Positioning Issue

    Your site looks pretty good. No spill-overs of text. I'm having the same problem. How did you fix yours?
  15. bushman

    How do I make boxes transparent?

    I switched my template from BDP to modern-template-rc2. This way I could just say... background: none; This worked perfectly. At least as far as transparency is concerned. I'm now trying to figure out how to set the width and or margins of the front page central column. I'm only talking about the text, not the fixed width of the page itself. Does anyone know where in the css the middle section of text is widened or narrowed? I have an opaque background behind my text which tends to spill over it boundaries. I guess the solution would be to change the opaque background but I'd rather do it via css.
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