ENTRY PAGE AND SEARCH BOX ON BANNER, I KNOW HOW TO DO IT!

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I have been looking through questions, and I couldn't help noticing a lot of people wanting to put a search box on their banner, THIS IS POSSIBLE, EVEN WITH YOLA FREE!
I have also put in an entry page,as i have seen questions requesting it...
To View My website, go on http://landridge-games.yolasite.com/

For an Entry Page:
1. Copy This Code, DONT INCLUDE THE !< or -->
CODE=
!<

#welcome-screen {
position:fixed;
top:0;
left:0;
width:99%;
height:99%;
background:black;
z-index:40000;
padding:10px;
text-align:center;
}

#welcome-to-site {
position:fixed;
top:-400px;
left:0px;
width:100%;
color:white;
font-weight:bold;
font-size:70px;
font-family:agency;
}

#enter-site {

display:none;
padding:10px;
text-align:center;
cursor:pointer;
}

body {
overflow-x:hidden;

}


Welcome to Landridge Games- A World of Free Online Gaming!

Enter!

-->

2. Paste it anywhere on yor homepage.

Change the: "welcme to Landridge Games- A World of Free Online Gaming!"to your choice

THATS IT!!!!!

I'll Post the search box one next................
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Posted 7 years ago

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Brandon

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This is great, thanks!
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Justine

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Thanks for sharing this tip, landridge!
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safi ullah

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thanks for sharing useful information www.itentertainment.tk
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Landridge

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Thankss People, Let Me post the search box one......
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Landridge

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Ok,

Step 1). Change to a Clear, Clean Format with NO BANNER in it, Such as squeky clean.
Step 2). Make a background on something like powerpoint, photoshop, imageready or EVEN PAINT! MAKE SURE YOU LEAVE SOME SPACE AT THE TOP!!!!!!!
Step 3). Make a Banner. On anything as stated above.
Step 4). Add your banner to the top of your background,(on the space left).
Do This by copying( ctrl,c), and pasting(ctrl,v).
Step 5). click on this link: http://www.sitelevel.com/
(Don't Worry, its completely free and harmless!)
Step 6). Sign Up.
Step 7). TRUST ME!!! USE BASIC AS IT WORKS AND THE ADS THAT COME UP ARE TINY+ ITS FREE!
Select "SiteLevel Basic" For a simple, easy to use search box that
Works, in return, they place ads on the search results screen.
Select"Pro" for professional site search applications. (YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR THIS)

Step 8). Put the background you made on to your website with Yola.
Step 9). A you can see, the banner you put on your background looks muck like a real banner! THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS THAT YOU CAN PUT WIDGETS NEXT TO IT!
Step 9). Click on preffered choice,(EFFICIENT IS THE ONE AT THE BOTTOM)
Step 10). Copy and paste the code on to a html widget(the blue circle)
and place it next to your"Background Banner".

DONE!!!! It May Not work the first time, but i had to make 11 DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS to get it right!!!!! So If you really care about your website. YOU SHOULD HIT AND TRY UNTILL YOU GET IT RIGHT!!!!!!!
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Wow, that's quite a mouthful, landridge :) Thanks for sharing this steps here. I'm sure our users will find it very useful!
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Landridge

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Thanks Nazlie, I noticed many users were having problems, and nobody was really answering.
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Amy Kttypws

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erm, i cant do it.. the entry page. where should i paste it? drag html to homepage and paste it there? help!
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Hello Amy,
From landridge's first post, it sounds like you can add the HTML Widget to anywhere on your site (such as the homepage) and then insert the code provided inside the HTML Widget. This should then create an entry page.
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Landridge

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Oh, Sorry Amy, I haven't checked this for a long time. Anyway, Justine is right, You can drag the HTML widget to ANYWHERE on the desired page. S

SORRY for the Late response...