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    #D5D8E5 url(images/gradients/gradient_panelsurround.gif) repeat-x top left

    What does the color number , and repeat-x top left do. Do I need these added to my gradient gif location? Or can I just put this

    #D5D8E5 url( images/gradients/gradient_panelsurround.gif ) repeat-x
    top left

    So I make a 50 x 50 gradient in PS, then replace the stock image with my new image? Is that all? Do I need repeat-x and a color number like VB has?

    Thanks

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    I did it on my own with the search button DUH dumb rookie search!!

    It was so easy, and I knew I was close with the info I had above. Answer is below, just add your own pics name that you uploaded and toss the stock one out. This is located in your CSS area. I am in gradient heaven now!!

    url(images/gradients/gradient_panelsurround.gif) repeat-x top left

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    • #3
      You really should add a color code, too. Make the color as close to the gradient color as possible. This is so that people who have images turned off - or for some other reason the gradient image does not display - there will be a colored background instead of pure white, which is most likely what it will be without a color code.
      ~ Life isn't always fair, but you can be. ~

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      • #4
        Thanks for the extra info. Now I understand why there is a color code at the beginning.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gsd103
          I did it on my own with the search button DUH dumb rookie search!!

          It was so easy, and I knew I was close with the info I had above. Answer is below, just add your own pics name that you uploaded and toss the stock one out. This is located in your CSS area. I am in gradient heaven now!!

          url(images/gradients/gradient_panelsurround.gif) repeat-x top left
          Since the gradient is set to be top-aligned, the background you set should be the color of the bottom-most pixel of your gradient image. This will ensure you have a smooth transition from background image to background color.
          :)

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