Hello, the background on my network currently appears to be "top-left". Can someone please tell me how to "top-center" the background (image) here: http://itsmynow.ning.com/
I tried adding the following to "Less Variables":
....but it didn't work. Also tried to edit it in CSS Advance option, but don't have a clue.
Please let me know what I need to do.
@ning-button-background-position: top center;
Just replace the dash character "-" it with a space.
I think it's this:
OMG!!!! It worked!!!!!!! Thank you SOOOO much!
Here is what happened; I entered the code as you have it in "CSS Styles" replacing what they had for the body. When I clicked "preview" I didn't see a change; however, I went forward and clicked "published" and it centered. Whew!!! Thanks again
Oh I see you need it for your body--
Just follow Arnold's code, this should work. thanks Arnold!
One note: the "background-attachment:fixed" part may not be applicable because your image has a frame design with it.
VRE7, you really got a nice looking image background there--
Hi there. I'm writing about http://scrapthat.ning.com/. My background stays left and the body moves on top so the two are not alligned unless you have your browser opened to just the correct width. I tried the code below but couldn't get it to work. I have the background image loaded up as a 'side image' as suggested on another discussion. thanks!