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Thread began 9/12/2009 1:25 am by michaelf0199272 | Last modified 9/17/2009 9:06 am by michaelf0199272 | 1017 views | 2 replies

michaelf0199272

Irawlings -- Yes I know where they are at. I was looking to edit the picture out of the template -- this means I had to do the edit on the .css page that applies the picture to the pages, in my case it turns out to be the home.css.

This is where you edit the picture out from and not from the siteassistpro_images folder. If you did what you just suggested -- Yes the image will be removed out of the image folder, but will still be on the pages -- only that it will be "X" -- which indactes image that it is not found or image that has been moved.

The real answer to my request was to edit the home.css, which I figured out on my own. However, let me thank you for at least trying to help.


Michael

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