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Not a difficult thing to do but I thought I would post it any way as some people seem to having trouble with getting their header image to have an align image right as you can't do it in stylevar.

This is fluid all you need to do is make 3 images, I named mine left, right and background (See attachment), you can be more creative


In your header template find

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Old 18 Nov 2009, 19:17
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Tagged as this may allow me to use my jpg's I believe?
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yes you can
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Old 18 Nov 2009, 19:55
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Yes sweet too as I didn;t need the left.jpg as in the code change the jpg to your name.
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Thanks this is exactly what i needed. Marked Installed and rated Excellent
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Why are you using the Table tag with vBulletin 4.0? This will break strict xHTML compliancy, which is what version 4 is all about.

It should be coded as a div layout, not a table layout.
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good modification.thanks.
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Maybe something im doing wrong here, but when i use this, the right image replaces the details in top right of forum

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that bit gets hidden, any ideas?
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Maybe something im doing wrong here, but when i use this, the right image replaces the details in top right of forum



that bit gets hidden, any ideas?
Are you using VB4?
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Originally Posted by syrus.xl View Post
Why are you using the Table tag with vBulletin 4.0? This will break strict xHTML compliancy, which is what version 4 is all about.

It should be coded as a div layout, not a table layout.
completely agree
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Sure am, updated test site today to Beta 4
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Why are you using the Table tag with vBulletin 4.0? This will break strict xHTML compliancy, which is what version 4 is all about.

It should be coded as a div layout, not a table layout.
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completely agree
Feel free to re do it this was only meant to be a quick fix for people
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Sure am, updated test site today to Beta 4
Not sure then because I don't have the
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Old 21 Nov 2009, 01:23
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Originally Posted by syrus.xl View Post
Why are you using the Table tag with vBulletin 4.0? This will break strict xHTML compliancy, which is what version 4 is all about.

It should be coded as a div layout, not a table layout.
So how it would be done ?
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