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Hi

I am pretty new to prestashop, I look around the forum and try some myself, but I still have few troubles

1. I try to change header and footer background color.

2. If it is possible to put logo inside of header

3. I try to add Home button in header, and I got the Home link but image it showed contact.ico, any idea? and I dont think it is line up right.

I add to blockpermanentlinks.tpl

<!-- Block permanent links module -->

   <!-- Home -->

 
{l s='Home' mod='blockpermanentlinks'}



and add to blockpermanentlinks-header.tpl

>
</pre>
<ul>
{l s='Home' mod='blockpermanentlinks'}





Thanks
Sean
www.mmops.com

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Hi everybody

Well I got to image to work now, however, I still have a hard time try to figure out how to change header and footer background, and I still trying to put logo into head, can anybody help me out please?

Thanks
Sean

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I have run into a new problem, my registration page just cant lineup right. I am sorry keep on bugging, I will try to figue out, all helps will be thankful.

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google it and see if you can use it because it would make your life easy when it comes to edit css.

firebug would work with firefox.
when you open your site with firefox, right click of it and click on inspect elements/ there you will see that each line of code highlights the block that you are clicking on and on the right side you will have the css settings and the div id

so you can local what you need to change and make the change in global css

I really hope this helps, but you need to play with that application to understand it better

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ok, that is again. because you made the center column wider, it got messed up
it is not a big problem

with firefox, right click on the creat account button, then click inspect element.
locate that div and give it a margin-left;
ok to be precise back up your global.css
open it
locate around line 1490 and make it look something like this

#authentication input#SubmitCreate, #authentication input#SubmitLogin{ margin-left:-5.2em; }

the -5.2em might need to be changed to another figure depends on how much it is displaced in your place.
PM me your website let me have a look at what you are doing if you want so i can help better

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