Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Help!


Oh, Lord above us! What a mess! Inspired by other blogs I read, I've been trying to instal a photograph into my heading. Sadly, it's not working out, dear reader. I end up with a faint red line at the bottom and a big red box to the right.

Any advice, my little maid, will be graciously and gratefully received!

9 comments:

alan said...

Hey Minge,

From the looks of your screen grab, I'd guess that the image you're trying to show is bigger than the slot where it's trying to go. Or vice versa.

(Basically, your hole isn't big enough) :-D

(Sorry!)

If I were you, I'd have a look at your template code, find out the pixel size of your header, and make a note of it.

Then, I'd take the image (which is a great photo, btw) and use the export feature of iPhoto which lets you state what pixel size you want your image to be.

alan said...

Oh sorry. I should have finished it off. When you've exported your image to be the same size as the header, just go back and place it in the same way you placed the first image in.

Lewis said...

I think it looks really cool....very nice, indeed (shall I say "you bitch" too, like you called me in your comments regarding a dinner invitation). I love it when you talk dirty to me!

carioca said...

Hello!
Oh, man! Sometimes I try to do that in my blog too. But I'm always afraid of deleting something!

matty said...

I don't know how you did this, but it looks really cool. took a little while to load up, but it looks awesome!

...you're so cute!

RIC said...

Well, dear Minge, I cannot be of much help as far as technicalities are concerned, but I'm sure you'll make it! Sooner or later...
It seems to me Alan's instructions make all the sense. To me they do.

One of these days YOU'll sing to me as well!

japanesewhispers said...

I agree with Alan, although I always thought you're hole was huge! I guess his must be bigger than mine!

Conortje said...

I saw that yesterday and thought it was all part of the groovy new design - very Janapnese - I really liked it. Shows you what I know about design.

Enda P said...

Leave the red block. It looks good there and it means that if people are using smaller monitors/screen sizes they can still see the whole image. Very nice photo too from what I can see.