What have you always wanted to do in a welcome message?


#95

Are you using a background color, or image?


#97

That’s not directly possible. The opacity property applies to elements - it can’t apply to “part” of an element.

The easiest way of doing something like that (besides actually saving a partially transparent image) would be to have the text in a separate element from your background image and using relative positioning to put it in the right place.

(It is technically possible to use one element, but it seems a bit hacky to me. See this SO question)


#100

You have to plug the server into BlockheadsFans first.


#103

Simple enough, assuming you aren’t using <center> anywhere in your page:

<style>
#spoilerButton, center {
  color: white;
}
</style>

Possible sure, much easier to just put the text on the image though.


#105

I could help.


#106

Is there any way to get the links at the bottom to be in a black font?
image


#107

Unfortunately Dave used an inline style so this requires a bit of JS.

<script>
  addEventListener('load', function() {
    document.querySelectorAll('a[style]').forEach(function (el)     {
      el.style.color = '#000000'
    })
  })
</script>

#109

would anyone be able to quickly make the coding for me to put these images in my welcome message please?

![IMG_1744|281x500]

I would really appreciate it as i have been trying and failing for the last few weeks.


#110

All you need is to put this code in your welcome message:

<img src="" alt="" />

You need to put the image source (URL) inside the " under src="". I also recommend putting alt="" so people know what the image is suppose to be if it doesn’t load. Inside the " under alt should be a descriptive message of the image.