how do I change my website background

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how do you change your layout and your website background?
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yna20

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  • confused and needs help

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi yna20

You change your layout by clicking on the "change style" button, which is located on the far right of your screen as well as in the top left hand corner.

A style preview dialogue will open up that will allow you to select the style you want. Some of the styles also have a set of colour palettes to choose from.

Roughly a third of our styles allow you to upload your own banner image. The styles that have this option have a white message on the banner saying: "this banner image can be changed"

I hope this helps. Please get back to me if you have any difficulty with your website layout.

Best wishes
Monique
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any

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I WANT TO PUT A LAYOUT OF MY OWN, CAN I?
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Kershnee

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Hi Yna20,

Unfortunately you won't be able to upload your own layout or template. Your best solution is to try our Monique's suggestion.

Sorry I could not be of more help.

Regards,
Kershnee
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lqq

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your both wrong. if you're using html then put in
the "######" part should be actual numbers/letters. for example, (all zeros, not o's) would turn the backround black. where
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hmm something went wrong with my response should have been: body bgcolor="######" (this won't alow actual html codes so i didn't put in the < and > the ###### should be 000000 for black, 00ffff for light blue, 0000ff for blue, b22222 for red
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Peter

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Hi Iqq,

A trick with displaying your HTML codes is to surround them with "<!--" at he beginning of the code and at the end place" --->"

Example:
<!---
<bgcolor="######"
--->