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lakefire

I can help w/ the top bar

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If ya'll need help. it appears that hte image is actually laid over a lot of other bars.
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Josh, if you just specify a width (or a height) and not the other one, the web browser should automatically scale it to the right size without distorting it. Plus, if you want a smaller image to use for the forum graphic, I can whip that up easily.
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I don't get what the problem is...it looks perfectly good and fits my screen perfectly...what's the issue with it?
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I think the problem only occurs on Firefox and on computers with the resolution set to a setting other than the 1024 x whatever pixels.
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I think so too because it looks fine on my browser and I shrunk the logo even more in height to just 115 pixels.
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The image needs to replace the background image, not lay on top of it. You can't ostrisize firefox users, because they are around 10% of the internet users. Here is a picture of what I am talking about:

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See how it covers important buttons: my controls, view new posts, etc.

Also see where I put the *. THat is where the image should be placed. Find the tile_back.gif located in /forums/style_images/1/ and rename it to old_tile_back.gif. Change the name of /newbanner.jpg to tile_back.gif. Or go into your css and change the name of the tile_back.gif file to newbanner.jpg.

Contact me if you have any questions. I do design too. Edited by lakefire
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Fixed? Just cut out the garbled text and resized it small enough for FireFox. I downloaded it just to make sure it fit ok.
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Woo! Mucho grande! (does that mean much bigger or much better... I mean better :) )
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Tagline is now missing when I view the header in IE.
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