"Anyone that doesn't agree with leggings as pants can physically fight me.
And I'm going to win because I have a full range of motion due to the fact that I am wearing leggings as pants."

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Removing a Border

Personally, I really appreciate it when bloggers clue us in to the various housekeeping chores they've done around their blogs, so I thought I'd share.

The blogspot header normally comes with a border around it. But, since I replaced my header with a picture of my own, the line around it was the wrong size for the picture. I'm sure there's a way to adjust the size of the border, but I decided to just get rid of it because I thought it looked cleaner that way.

I followed the tutorial here at RS Designs. It only involved changing 2 ones to zeros. It was pretty easy, once I found the correct ones to change. Just thought I'd mention it in case anyone else out there is struggling with the same issue.

SS Update- I've just done 8 Sun Salutations from yesterday's comments.


MichelleB said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I always appreciate those - since I feel like I never know what I'm doing.

aunt linda said...

What the hell are you talking about? Wait, you don't have to answer that ... if you want to speak Russian on your very own blog, then that's your business and just doesn't concern me at all.

see you there! said...

I'm sure my blog is only held together by spit and glue and trust me I'm not going to risk changing anything.

Your's looks mighty nice tho.


aunt linda said...

Ok, I have re-read this post, and I guess I understand it now. The first time I read it I hadn't a clue what you were saying - like what was a blogspot header? I'm a little slow sometimes. If I'd read it right in the first place I would have been able to use common sense to figure it out!

Wendy said...

Linda, I was going to say that although you make fun of this now, one day you'll have your own blog and will be checking here for tips.

My favorite thing about having a blog is how simple it can be at first, but how much more you can slowly learn to do with it over time. I think I'm slower than most, but who knows, maybe someone will find this info helpful.

Revka of RS Designs said...

Wendy, I am glad you found my tutorial helpful. Thanks so much for sharing it with your readers, and let me know if I can be of further assistance to you. :)