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Help modifying code on root gallery page?

PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2013 7:10 pm
by karenmickleson
When I set up my homepage years ago I was intimidated by code. Instead of learning to create the text font, size & color I wanted using code, I created jpg text boxes on Photoshop. I then inserted these into the code location as 'img'. Now that I need to change text and modify contents of it, I'm trying to learn how to set up the text code properly because it's impossible to easily modify those old 'img' jpg's

Here is what I mean: (the first part is slideshow code--I got the template from a friend & just added my own picture #'s)

<center><img src=""></center><center>SLIDESHOW(81777134,81777157,81264836,81414884,81284659,82101251,81285141,81415051, 81904470,81904496,81423680,81374923,81407141,81217625,81346740,81682845,81379335,81327138,81378323,81615221,81406698,81413243,81323093, delay=3)
</center><center><img src=""></center><center><img src=""></center><center>

I've been studying the CSS pages on styles for font-family, font, text size, color; I use their 'try it out' feature with varied results. I don't know what order to put the various style code pieces in for font size, color, capitalization, etc. I've tried each out individually, but don't know where to place them in the above code.

Is there a page that explains what order code should be in inside the 'description' box on the root gallery page?

Hope this isn't too confusing.

Thank you,

Re: Help modifying code on root gallery page?

PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 2:27 pm
by mardoli
The best solution is creating a personalized Style sheet, instead of adding lines and lines of HTML code in your gallery description case.
If you are back to this forum, please go to check your personal mailbox, I have written you all explanation by email.
I hope it can help

Re: Help modifying code on root gallery page?

PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 6:49 am
by gpmerfeld
Marisa, you are such a treasure, always there to help. You represent the "old" style of PBase ( a real community of photographers helping one another), and embody the qualities that must be maintained and developed here as we move forward. Just wanted to thank you... Aloha!