Background Image URL is a place where you can put the link to a background image you really like.This can be something as big as a wallpaper, or a small image that gets repeated and creates a patterned background. You are currently not logged in, so some parts of the forum are partially hidden.Join us to get access to the community and all of our members-only content, including Pro Boards themes, codes, graphic design resources, and more!There are many types of gradients out there, but typically a gradient is ONE color, gradually fading into ANOTHER color.This is my dark blue to light blue gradient: This is my light blue to dark blue gradient: Some gradients can look a little fancier: They look very appealing when placed as the title background, menu background, or category background.The ORANGE will be used for titles of categories and such. If you wish to use these color scheme yourself, the HEX numbers are as follows: The Gray: #c0c0c0The Dark Blue : #26598a The Orange: #fd8865The Light Blue: #257087White: #FFFFFF (white is always this HEX number)For Windowbg 1 and Windowbg 2 I decided to choose #e6e6e6 and #f9f9f9, just to vary the grays a bit.Simply plug the numbers into the boxes next to the area you wish you change, and then scroll down and hit that "Modify Skin" button to see your changes!
They typically look very nice in adding some depth to your design, as well as some innovation.I hope many newcomers find this tutorial useful for making their newly created Pro Board their own!All images are hosted on Photo Bucket, so if there is any downtime I apologize but unfortunately it is out of my control.In order to do this, you need a very simple code that goes into your If you are very new to Pro Boards I suggest that you use the Auto Gradients feature that comes with your Pro Boards Forum.Go to your Admin Panel and click "Skin/Forum Colors" then go to the "Modify Skin" page where you modify your skin colors.
So, I took the time to register myself a test forum that I will show step-by-step how to customize.