Multi layered custom background

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I'm looking to get rid of the banner box then add a custom background that is multi layered. Eg. You can see different images underneath each other
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Hello Eddie

I've found your Yola account in our system, but I can see that you've got multiple websites. To which of them do you refer? I'll be happy to have a look for you on how to remove the banner area.

For the background image you're talking about, I think your best bet will be to design it with an Image Editing Tool, and then upload it to Yola. One free online provider is Pixlr. I also like Picmonkey.
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Hi Stefan, thank for the reply. To be honest those sites apart from 2 are test sites. So if be starting from scratch with a new site if that's a good enough reply to you?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Accomplished website yola builder needed for help!.


Can anyone spare some valuable time and help me set up the layout for my website. Mainly a removing of the banner and creating a custom background that will go on all pages. I've no clue Bout HTML or CSS codes.
The look and layout I have no problems with. Just the cosmetics.
It's needed pretty quickly for my business to launch the "new look" website.
Can you contact me on here or at

Eddie.devilhorn@gmail.com
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If you create a brand new site, I'd definitely recommend to use our Super Flat Style Template and customize your Style with the Style Designer. It will give you the option to not have a banner area by setting it to 0px. To find the Super Flat Style after creating your new website, click on the Style tab and use the search box on the left-hand side to search for "Super Flat". Pick the Style. Then click on the palette icon in the top-right corner of Sitebuilder view to access the Style Designer.

If you need any help with that, please let us know.
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ThNx Stefan!!
I will look into it. Appreciate the response.
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Hi Stefan;

All the into you gave me worked!!
I now have another issue. I want to get my wow slider slideshpw onto my website. I can create one this isn't a problem, I can find the HTML code (which I open with notepad ++) but when I copy and paste the HTML and drop it into the HTML widget on my yola page, then paste it, nothing shows, only some names that I've typed in of the pictures. Can you help. The website I'm using is "devilhornnew" on yola.
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Hello Eddie

Wow Slider is a tool that needs to be downloaded to your computer. After you've created your slideshow, you will also need to upload your pictures to your Yola File Manager, so that they can be accessed by the application via their URLs. As I can honestly tell you that I'm not experienced with using Wow Slider, you will need to find out with their Support how to make it work on an external website. If they give you steps, you're welcome to share them with us for further assistance on Yola.
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I've replied this to your additional post as well. Let's follow up on this topic on your other post. Thanks.
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hi, im using the super flat style which is what i want! but im having issues with the navigation bar moving when i add things to each page, i want it to stay static in one place at all times , the same on each of my pages, but this doesnt seem to be happening, can you help
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Hello Eddie, I've responded to you on your other post. Please don't double-post the same questions as it makes it difficult for us to assist you further best. Thank you for your understanding.