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Newbie How-to question.

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by blackhattricksbhws, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. blackhattricksbhws

    blackhattricksbhws Registered Member

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    Okay guys, dumb question. I have a website up that I was given the script for. Its basically a blank page with a 'Resume Upload" button in the middle. It has some Java Script as well as some hidden CPA stuff.

    How the hell do I add some color to the background of the page? I found a nice template within xsitepro under the sales letters. Its white in the middle & teal around the borders. Plain & simple. When I open the template in xsite & load the source code from the resume page it comes out a total mess with all kinds of code all over the page when I re-upload.

    Im sure this is a simple fix & I'm just doing something dumb but like I said im new to site building so thats why I came here for help :)

    Thanks In Advance!


    EDIT: Sorry if this should have gone in scripting.
     
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  2. SquirlyNutz

    SquirlyNutz Power Member

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    Go to html file,and add bgcolor to your body tags.

    Example- <body bgcolor="#4a0c0f">
    Change values to colors that you like.
     
  3. blackhattricksbhws

    blackhattricksbhws Registered Member

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    Thanks for the help. I appreciate it.

    How much more difficult is it to set up a sales letter style site where the text in the middle is in a white background but the website borders are in color. Here is an example of what I was going for but with much less text. (just a few lines) http://www.marketinghub.info/salesletter/