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Hello Enjin.com.
I just have a couple questions regarding any HTML + CSS Layouts / temple.

Is there any option to upload HTML, CSS template into your system that way, so you actually have created his own website, just through your system and host? since, in giving something that many other sites do not provide. eg mumble server etc.

I'd love to have answer to it here because it could be pretty cool to be able to make its website in photoshop, convert it to HTML, CSS .. and then upload it to your website, so as to have its own template, but still create the page, etc, from your website by.

Hope really know what I believe and can answer it ..


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Posted Mar 8, 11 · OP
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Hi,
You can edit your theme and practically everything you can do in CSS via the Theme Editor. You can test this out on the free trial for 7 days when you sign up at www.enjin.com.
Have a look at some of the more customized websites on Enjin. Please note that all themes currently on Enjin were made with the theme editor.

http://www.enjin.com/forums/m/10826/viewthread/352845-featured-enjin-websites-beautiful-custom-themes
Some also use custom CSS and upload it to the html module.
If you have further questions let us know,
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Should I be Primary user before I can upload files to it? to make my HTML upload?
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Why is it exactly where I upload all my slices, etc, to your website .. and put the HTML code in a module, so it does not work? it's like it do not get it to read the img's that I have uploaded.
- I have created a directory called images, because it is the image code as it is made with .....

is there any suggestion here of how I can get it here Fixed .. so I can make my own design of the website, and of course have designed the entire website as I want .......
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You don't use HTML code to put together your sliced images. You use the theme editor and upload your slices the appropriate area in the theme editor.

Example, you could have this theme here on Enjin's website, and by using the theme editor, you can end up with a site like http://praxisguild.com
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lol'd, i got like 45 pictures?
Posted Mar 19, 11 · OP
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Yeah but you have to cut them accordingly to the theme editor.

Example if you are building a container for content - You would need 2 side images (left and right) - the top header of the container - and the bottom of the container. As well you could create spacers for the content, and change the whole appearance by editing the positioning and alignment of themes. Cutting out just an image of a container would not work.

Go look at the theme editor, spend an hour or two fiddling around with a theme you can just mess around with to get the idea of how it works, once you have small idea of how it works from a better perspective, give it a go - it allows you to create a whole new level of awesomeness on your site.
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how do i enter a CSS code in to a HTML module i dont see anything about CSS in the HTML module editor??? im trying to use

#photo {
width: 100%;
height: auto;

for CSS and

<img src="photo.jpg" id="photo" />

for the HTML part to create a "liquid" image

still new to Enjins amdin panel...
Posted Apr 16, 11
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Use the <script> tag in HTML is the only way I know how. There may be other ways, but you can put CSS into a <script> tag:

<script type="text/css">
#photo {
width: 100%;
height: auto;
}
</script>

This would go at the top of your HTML source. I am not sure if that is the proper coding, but I think it is. Perhaps someone can verify this for me.

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Posted Apr 16, 11
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Kitty Katt wrote:
Use the <script> tag in HTML is the only way I know how. There may be other ways, but you can put CSS into a <script> tag:

<script type="text/css">
#photo {
width: 100%;
height: auto;
}
</script>

This would go at the top of your HTML source. I am not sure if that is the proper coding, but I think it is. Perhaps someone can verify this for me.

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hey thanks this gave me a push in the right direction... but it was style instead of script lol so i used

<style type="text/css">
#photo {
width: 100%;
height: auto;
}
</style>

<img id"photo" src="photo.jpg" />

which gave me a "liquid" image (one that changes its size according to screen resolution)
thanks again for the reply
Posted Apr 19, 11
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