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faevilangel_designs says

Found your problem

Open the eclipse.css, which is in /library/styles/custom

at the top you have

 body{background: #000000 url(img/eclipse-bg.jpg) no-repeat top center;}

change it to

body{background: url(img/eclipse-bg.jpg) no-repeat top center;}
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faevilangel_designs says

i’m sure there is an option on image sizes in the wp-settings part of the admin menu

also you can specify it, via css & php code.

Look on net tuts for a wordpress featured post code

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faevilangel_designs says

Your’e not just after a forum skin though, you’re after a blog, cms etc.

Basically to build a theme into those, would be 100+ hours depending on the experience with vbulletin. Vbulletin is one of those custom programs you would know. Learning to style for vbulletin isn’t easy (i have a go with it a few years ago).

$1.800 is about right, but it depends how much you think your forum means to you. Pay cheap, pay twice springs to mind.

If you already have a psd etc, then expect to pay $300-$500 less. It depends on the individual freelancer though.

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faevilangel_designs says

Could you email me thru my portfolio, with what needs doing, and I will give you a quote

I have done a couple of adult works so it’s not a problemo for me

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faevilangel_designs says

I have a couple of questions about the theme etc, before giving a quote, so could you e-mail me, (through my portfolio).

thanks

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faevilangel_designs says

I never knew that as I just use the 2 methods I put above, which is much easier to remember lol

I have never came across that method

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faevilangel_designs says

You code is wrong, to style all “input” types, you will have

 input {
  css code her
 }

To style a certain input, you need to give the input an id or a class,

 <input class="some_class" type="text" id="some_id" />

the css code will then be

#some_id { css code}
#some_class{ css code }

Hope that helps

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faevilangel_designs says

Wordpress can do this with a little customisation, and you could buy the right theme from here ….

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faevilangel_designs says

As long as the code is clean and is w3c compliant, then it should get accepted. It also needs to be in divs and not tables

If you’re rusty with css /html, i would go and relearn it so you know what you’re doing

www.w3schools.com, www.css-tutorials.co.uk, and www.tizag.com are sites that can help you

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faevilangel_designs says

I have never really delved into the admin control functions (building themes that add a page to the admin menu).

I have always used pre-built widgets.

I read the codex and think I have it sussed but can someone who has done these, check for me.

functions.php
 // add menu
&lt;?php add_action('admin_menu', 'mt_add_pages'); 
 add_options_page('simpl_options', 'simpl_options', 'administrator', 'simpl__options', 'simpl_options_page');

function simpl_options_page() {
?&gt;
<div class="wrap">
<h2>Simpl Theme Options</h2>

<form action="&lt;?php $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?&gt;" method="post">

&lt;?php settings_fields( 'simpl_theme' ); ?&gt;

<label>Featured Post Category Number:</label><br />
<input name="featured_post" type="text" value="&lt;?php echo get_option('featured_post'); ?&gt;" />
<br />
<input name="action" type="hidden" value="update" />
<input name="page_options" type="hidden" value="new_option_name" />

<p class="submit">
<input class="button-primary" type="submit" value="&lt;?php _e('Save Changes') ?&gt;" />
</p>
</form>
}
&lt;?php $featured_post = $_POST['featured_post']; 

function register_mysettings() { 
 register_setting( 'simpl_theme', 'featured_post' );
}

?&gt;
</div>

I’m building a featured post, and the $featured_post will store the category # then, I will call that in the index.php.

the code that uses the above,
 <?php query_posts('showposts='1'&cat='.$featured_post.'')?>

Is that code ok, or have i missed something?

cheers

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