TUTORIAL: Moving Hover Tables - Help

Some people may encounter a few problems with the ‘Hover Tables’ in some layouts, (including our own) depending on your computer screen size/resolution. We will attempt to help you fix it, but mind you that they will possibly not look the same on every computer, and/or browser.

STEP I: Locate the ‘Hover Table’ section on your layout code. In the example below we are using our layout code, the name may be different for codes from other websites - so keep that in mind.

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STEP II: To move your ‘Hover Table’ simply change the numeric values (whichever they may be) for the ‘left’ and/or ‘top’ sections of this code. We will explain how to move it to specific directions shortly.

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TO MOVE TABLE UPWARD:

—Make the numeric value for the ‘top’ section lower than what it originally is. (Zero and negative numbers count as lower numbers, feel free to use them).

TO MOVE TABLE DOWNWARD:

—Make the numeric value for the ‘top’ section larger than what it originally is.

TO MOVE TABLE TO THE LEFT:

—Make the numeric value for the ‘left’ section lower than what it originally is. (Zero and negative numbers count as lower numbers, feel free to use them).

TO MOVE TABLE TO THE RIGHT:

—Make the numeric value for the ‘left’ section larger than what it originally is.

We hope this tutorial was helpful to you. If you have any further questions, please feel free to send in any questions via our ‘ASK’ feature. Or email us at blackmasquerade_support@live.com.

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Once Upon A Time DIV Layouts

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DIV LAYOUT: Evil Queen Regina (Once Upon A Time)

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  • PASTE THIS CODE TO ABOUT ME.  

  • PASTE THIS CODE TO WHO I’D LIKE TO MEET.


MAIN COLORS USED ON THIS LAYOUT (FOR REFERENCE):

#031449
#999999
#12387A

HOVER TABLE OUT OF SYNC? NEED HELP FIXING IT? CHECK OUT THIS TUTORIAL HERE.

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Star-Crossed Icons

PLEASE CREDIT IF USING:

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Anonymous
Can You make a Once Upon A time layout?

Of course. We planned on making a few OUAT layouts, in different styles. :)


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Anonymous
This is no suggestion, I just wanted to say you are amazing and I love your layouts so much (:

Thank you. That’s very sweet of you to say. :)


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DIV LAYOUT: Purple & Black Graffiti

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  • PASTE THIS CODE TO ABOUT ME.  

  • PASTE THIS CODE TO WHO I’D LIKE TO MEET.


MAIN COLORS USED ON THIS LAYOUT (FOR REFERENCE):

#000000
#333333
#B868D9

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Bettie Page Icons

PLEASE CREDIT IF USING

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Miscellaneous Wallpapers

Misc. Set .001

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Misc. Set .001

RIGHT CLICK OVER PICTURE TO SAVE.
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GIMP: How To Save an Image

We have received a couple of questions asking us how to save images you’ve edited on the Gimp program. Well, follow the easy steps below:

STEP I: Assuming you’ve worked on an image with your Gimp program, and are now ready to save it onto your computer, go to the top navigation toolbar and click on ‘File’ » ‘Export As’.

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STEP II: A pop up box will appear.

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Make sure that on the top name bar at the end you have one of the following file type names. (.PNG , .JPEG , .JPG , .GIF). If it is not one of those file types type in the one you want your picture to be. Feel free to change the file name in this section as well, if you want.

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Next go to the bottom file type selection, and with the drop down menu select a file type that you want your image to be. (.PNG , .JPEG , .JPG , .GIF).

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Once you’ve done the above, click on the ‘Export’ button.

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A pop-up box will appear, on it make sure that the quality is set to 100. Then click on the ‘Export’ button again.

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With that, you have saved your image onto your computer.

We hope this tutorial was helpful to you. If you have any further questions, please feel free to send in any questions via our ‘ASK’ feature. Or email us at blackmasquerade_support@live.com.

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Textures Set 2

CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE, RIGHT CLICK ON LARGER VERSION TO SAVE.
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MORE COMING SOON…

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Wallpapers

To save wallpapers right click over image and save image onto your computer and upload to your choice of hosting site.

Miscellaneous Wallpapers

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PHOTOFILTRE: Double Sided Background Wallpaper

Do you want to make a double sided wallpaper to fit directly on the sides, leaving your layout in the center like this?

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Then follow these few easy steps.

STEP I: Put a layout up on your page. Make sure your layout has both the left and right tables visible. If they are not, add some blank ones (as seen in our example) just so we can get the measurements correct.

STEP II: After you’ve added the layout that you wish to use, go view your profile (with the layout now on it). Once you’re on your profile, take a screen-shot of your layout. (I tend to use the CTRL + PRT SCR buttons on my keyboard to take a screenshot, but whatever you use is fine.)

STEP III: If you used a screen-shot making program simply save your screen-shot, and open it on Photofiltre, now you can skip to Step IV. If you used the CTRL + PRT SCR option, go to your photofiltre program, and click on the ‘Edit’ button on the top toolbar. A drop-down menu should appear, simply take it down to paste as new image. Your screen-shot will thus appear on your photofiltre workspace.

STEP IV: Now that you have your screen-shot on your photofiltre workspace open, click on the ‘Paint Brush Tool’ located on the right hand side of your workspace. It should look something like this: image

Once you’ve clicked on it, select a color for the mid section of your wallpaper; (the center). You can select any shade you’d like using the color tool.

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Now, divert your attention back to the ‘Paint Brush Tool’ brush selection.

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Select the bottom squared paint brush style, which looks like this: image

Now, go to the radius, and select a big size. I usually use size 100, but feel free to choose whichever size you’re comfortable with.

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STEP V:
Using the brush tool begin to replace the screen-shot’s center (mid section of layout), with the color you pre-selected. Now I tend to meticulously paint 1 stroke at a time, meaning 1 square at a time so I can precisely get only the center area. Remember to paint the complete height of the screen-shot.

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STEP VI:
Now that you’ve painted the mid section, it’s time to paint the sides. Choosing a different color, we will repeat the previous step. Only this time painting the outer sides. Once you’re done painting it, it should look something like this:

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Now, if all you wanted was the different colors you’re done. But if you’d like to add an image to it, continue to the following step.

STEP VII: Assuming that you already have the image(s) that you’d like to add to your wallpaper, now would be the time to open them onto your Photofiltre program. Right click on the image, and select copy.

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Go back to your double-colored wallpaper now, and paste the copied image onto it.

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STEP VIII:
Now that your image is pasted atop of your wallpaper, position it to one of the outer sides.

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If your layer is too big, or too small you can re-size it by right clicking over ‘Layer 1’ thumbnail located on your left-hand side, and selecting the ‘Transform free…’ option on the drop-down menu.

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A pop-up box will then appear, on it simply move the ‘Scale’ arrow either left or right to increase or decrease the size of your image. Moving the arrow to the left decreases the size, while moving it right increases it. Once you have the desired size, click on the OK button.

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STEP IX:
If you feel that your image is just as it should be, and no further change is needed you’re done. But, if for example, your image is like mine you’ll need to erase a few portions of the image in order for it to blend well with the wallpaper itself. Using the ‘Eraser Tool’, image, begin removing the unwanted areas from your image. (A small rounded eraser tool is most recommended). Continue doing this, until you’ve removed all unwanted areas.

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Repeat Steps VII - IX if you wish to add more than 1 image.

STEP X: Now that your image and wallpaper are blended perfectly you can save your wallpaper, and you’re done. Well with the wallpaper at least. There are still a few steps left to make sure your wallpaper fits perfectly on your layout. Since you’ve saved your wallpaper onto your computer, it’s time to save it onto an image hosting site. I prefer TinyPic merely because they do not re-size the larger images such as wallpapers. Photobucket in my experience has 99.9% of the time re-sized my wallpaper, thus making it look distorted on my page. After you’ve hosted your image, get the image URL or Direct Link and take it back to your site’s edit profile page.

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On the code shown above, paste image URL on the highlighted portion. Once this is done, make sure that the background-position is set to either “bottom center” or “top center”. If your wallpaper has an image more on the top set it to “top center”, if it has an image more to the bottom set it to “bottom center”. If you’re using a tiled texture, or something repetitive use either or. Now that you’ve done this Save your changes and you’re done.

We hope this tutorial was helpful to you. If you have any further questions, please feel free to send in any questions via our ‘ASK’ feature. Or email us at blackmasquerade_support@live.com.

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Model(s) Icons

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Bettie Page

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Pin-Ups

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