Saturday, January 15, 2011

Exclaim Your Faith!

Here are a few graphics to exclaim your faith. They're on transparent backgrounds so they'll go right into your sidebar without a background. Made with the program Gimp.

You are welcome to use these, but please keep the link back to us intact! Thank you!





  1. *squeals* Ohmygosh! Y'all are on blogger!!! Is the WP one still going? I love the new blog! I love the new layout! I love the new graphics! And I love you two girls. ;-)

    Love and blessings,

  2. Yes, we were tired of WP. Very tired of WP. It's still there, but we're not going to post on it anymore.

    Love you too Laura!

  3. What site do you sue for the button's? I have been trying to make them, and I have made them, but I do not know how to do the picture and the code beneath it? Could I possibly have some hints? :)

    I really love your designs, by the way :)

  4. Georgie uses GIMP... and I use Photoshop (when my laptop's working, that is. :P) Thanks for following us!

    As for getting the code beneath it, I'd be glad to give you some hints. :)You type this code beneath the image:

    < textarea >Whatever you want inside the box < / textarea >

    It's pretty easy HTML, just be sure to remove the spaces between the brackets (< >) and everything else in the tags, so there are no spaces. I had to type it that way in order to get it to work.

    I hope that answers your question! :) Thanks for your helpful comments! It's so great to have you here! :D


  5. I think I understand.
    So you use this code:

    < textarea >Whatever you want inside the box < / textarea >

    and what goes in the middle?
    Also, the spaces to take out, do you mean between the < and the word textarea ?

    Thank you for helping!

  6. Well, in the middle, you put whatever code you want the reader to be able to copy. You would delete the part that says "Whatever you want inside the box" and then put whatever you'd like to put in the box, if that makes sense.

    Yes, that is where you take out the spaces. You take out the spaces between both the <, the /, and the >, and the word textarea.

    You're definitely welcome! :)


Where To Next?
<< Newer Posts | Home | Older Posts >>