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Active Desktop (HTML) Help, please


Dr. Piranha

Okay, I am using active desktop, but I hate the fact that I have to use solid colors as my background of the HTML sections of my d-top. I was just wondering if there is a certain hex code, or some kind of script that makes it possible to have transparent backgrounds on an HTML page. Thanks for all that try to help me with this, it is very much appreciated!



Electronica Addict
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I think your asking this because the icons are mucked up? The best way I know how to fix this is to convert your icons into jpegs or pngs, and then to edit their background to the background of your desktop. Then just insert your edited icons into your desktop as jpegs or pngs.


Bow Down to the King
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No such hex code. Set your wallpaper to the background="" of your HTML document and stretch the active desktop to take up your entire viewing area.

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