Help with a template in Premium Website Builder

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Tmair / 25 Points
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2012-04-02 1:55 am EST
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I'm using Plesk Sitebuilder Wizardand and chose the template ID:cafe_and_restaurant-006
When I uploade my banner, It shows a part of original image(the spoon handle) behind my banner. Also, it doesn't give me a correct image size and I have to guess. How can I erase the spoon and could you give me the correct maximum size? How can I find out the numbers of color(HSB, RGB,or CMYK)? I want to much my logo background color to the background.
When I type text for the "Home" page, the background color of the text doesn't much to the background color. Page "About" and "Product" are fine, Page "Photos" and "e-shop" I don't know yet.
My software is XP
Please help me.
Thank you

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ChristiNi
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2012-04-02 11:57 am EST
Hello Tmair,

I'm sorry you're having trouble customizing your site in the Premium Website Builder.

Replacing the Banner Image in the Premium Website Builder

Normally, the banner image in the Premium Website Builder templates is one image that can be easily customized or replaced. However, in that particular template, the header image is actually sliced and the end of the spoon is part of the background template and not in the actual header. Unfortunately, you wouldn't be able to remove that image part from the background. I would recommend choosing a different template that has a more easily customizable header image.


Finding the Dimensions of an Image

Each template in the Premium Web Builder has a different banner which means the banner size can be different. The steps to find the dimensions of an image can vary from browser to browser but we cover how to do this in both Firefox and Internet Explorer in our tutorial on Customizing the Premium Web Builder Banner


Finding the color codes in an image

Most graphics programs will have a method for picking a color from an image (usually the dropper tool). Once you open your image in your preferred image editing program, you can use this tool to select a color in your image and the dropper tool will show you the color code for that color. Please note, CMYK colors should not be used in web images, you will want to use either RGB or Hexadecimal color codes for your images.

Text and Background Colors

I wouldn't recommend matching the text color to the content area background color (you wouldn't be able to read the text). You can control the font color and the font background color by using the Text Color and Background Color tools in the toolbar above the page content area in Step 4 - Edit:





Please let us know if you have any additional questions or need further assistance.

Regards,

Christi N.

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