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  • Resolved Celyne


    I’m very computer illiterate when it comes to this. I’ve been researching for a while now and can’t figure out how to do it.

    I have the reflections theme, but just customized.

    Basically on the sidebar where all the extra links are (my fave tunes, search, categories etc) I have one to my forums and I want it to stand out more by adding the same graphic on my forum into the sidebar with a link to the forums.


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  • i am sorry, i didn’t get your question. can you clarify that please…

    How do I add an image to the side bar in between the page links on my site? look at the side bar under the pic there is about then forums <—that’s where i want to add the image.

    the code for this would be

    < a href=”” > <img src=”location/of/your/image.jpg” >< /a >

    without spaces (except for the spaces between ‘a href’ and ‘img src’ – those stay)

    but be careful – that forum image might be too wide for that sidebar – make sure you shrink it a bit first.

    Thanks it worked great 🙂

    Is there any way to remove the border around the linking image?

    sure – add: border=”0″ to the same tag where you have “img src”

    I just posted a question about the same subject…

    What is the file name that contains the side bar code and the header code?


    lady – You are the epitome of awesomeness today for me! 😀 thanks!!

    Mrpest – mine was under presentation and a sub tab called theme editor

    then when you click that on the right hand side there is `reflections’ theme files (on mine you will have a different name) then it lists

    main index template

    Pretty self explanitory for where you edit the header and sidebar from there 🙂

    celyne – hehe thanks! it’s nice to be able to help… we were all “newbies” once! glad you got things going… 🙂

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