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Old 13 Apr 2004, 02:30
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Not quite sure how to go about this...

I made a header that I want to use for my message board, but something tells me the menu (home, user cp, etc) needs to be separated from the actual header.

I tried doing an image map of it but it won't seem to work.

Anyhow, here's the image I made - I'm not quite technical as far as vb goes, I just read directions and follow them

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Old 13 Apr 2004, 03:41
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

I'm not very good with Photoshop, so I can't help you there. But yes, you need to seperate each navbar link so when you code this in your header template, each navbar image can lead to another URL.
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Old 13 Apr 2004, 04:05
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

Thanks Tony
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Old 13 Apr 2004, 18:38
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Question Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

Originally Posted by Tony
I'm not very good with Photoshop, so I can't help you there. But yes, you need to seperate each navbar link so when you code this in your header template, each navbar image can lead to another URL.
Ok, I got it to work with the exception of one thing.
You'll notice how the Usercp, calendar, home images all go across as one line...
well, upon separating them so they work correctly as navbar links, the images will not stay together... I'm trying to make it look the same as the pic in my first post. I've looked and looked but can't locate where to change this. It's almost as if the images have a border around them or something.

in other words, they straight line you see is now broken into pieces... screenshot here:
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Old 13 Apr 2004, 18:41
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

Originally Posted by Sue
I made a header that I want to use for my message board, but something tells me the menu (home, user cp, etc) needs to be separated from the actual header.

I tried doing an image map of it but it won't seem to work.

Anyhow, here's the image I made - I'm not quite technical as far as vb goes, I just read directions and follow them



DANG YOUR GOOD, id love to see some of your styling works
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Old 13 Apr 2004, 18:45
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

rebelsrock06, thanks.. but I've never made a style in my life! I have no clue how to do that...

I'm just good at banners I think. but again, thanks for the compliment
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Old 13 Apr 2004, 19:16
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

Oh lol, well still the banner is awsome, MAybe me and you could team up
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Old 14 Apr 2004, 01:35
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

Hmm, Sue, may I see your header template please? (Just attach it in a .txt file)
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Old 14 Apr 2004, 02:59
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Re: Not quite sure how to go about this...

Attached per your request

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Hmm, Sue, may I see your header template please? (Just attach it in a .txt file)
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