What color background would you like?

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I've posted some gradient backgrounds for those that can't create their own. I only did a few variations of green, but if you would like colors that match your needs, just leave your request at my blog.
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Kershnee

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Thanks for sharing this with our fellow user's. I'm sure they will find this useful.
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Hi Tiggs,

I didn't download one of your gradient backgrounds so I don't know the dimensions of the images, but just in case, and for anyone else who would like to know, here's a good tip:

For a gradient background, size your image as follows:
"1px" x the length of your page. i.e. 1px x 3000px as an example.
It's basically one "long" faded vertical line that is one pixel wide.

It will "tile" across your page no matter how wide the screen is, and the load
time will be super fast. Hope this helps.
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P.S. LOVE your site btw.
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Grace, Champion

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Gradient background is really nice and clean to look. As a matter of fact, my homeppage and my scrapbooking blog use gradient backgound.

This is a nice idea for everybody, Tiggs.
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Thanks! I'm gonna need some tutorials from you, I see you have a lot of rollover effects and stuff. Is that part of the style or did you code that?
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The rollover images are css/html coded..the rest almost by the power of Photoshop.
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Tiggs

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I should teach myself css/html. I love photoshop too ;)