Description: The article is about myspace login. This is a tutorial for Office Fans who use Myspace Office Layouts from netteslayouts.com. It briefly touches on the basics of where to get the Office Layout codes for myspace and where to place the code into the new Myspace 2.0 CSS code box.
I’m going to show you how to drop CSS code into your myspace2.0 format,let’s get started. You need to get myspace 2.0 CSS code. That’s simple. You’ll have to look for it because from time to time it will rearrange your page,in this case on the right hand menu,I’ve located office myspace layouts 2.0.
Let’s click on the office 2.0. I am going to scroll down a little bit,I see a link here that says click here for office 2.0 myspace layouts,that may change from time to time but you are now on the selection page. You’ll scroll down and look at the different screen captures,images of the actual layout,how it looks and the finished product. If you like a particular layout,you’ll go down below it and you’ll see a tiny little text box.
You’ll grab the code,you need to take your mouse from the top beginning on the left and swipe and keep scrolling down,you’ll notice the entire code. Until you have the entire code,you can copy that or you can highlight it with your mouse cursor over the blue highlighted area. A menu will pop up,you can click copy,you’ll need to copy this code.
You have saved Nets code onto your clipboard. Where do you put it? Does it go into the about me box? This is not Nets 1.0 HTML script that lays rigid table layouts in two stationary positions,CSS is a script that sends themes such as colors and images,it applies them to modules of your choice.
These movable modules are something you choose to add or subtract. We’ll talk about that later but now let’s drop Nets code into the CSS box,let’s show you how to do it.
You have your code on your clipboard,what you need to do is to login to your myspace page. Once you’ve logged into the page from anywhere on the page whether the outside or on the homepage,you can go to your net bar across the top.
Under the profile tab,you’ll see customize profile,let’s click on that and that will take you to the page where you’re ready to upgrade to 2.0. If you’re ready to do that,you can click on the Upgrade button in the yellow. You are now on myspace 2.0,you can see how easy that is.
Let’s look at the preview at the bottom and you’ll notice that we have a lot of work to do.All you have is a generic default layout. We’ll need to go across the top customize profile console that pops up in default,it will pop up under the appearance button by default on the upper left hand side.
However,if you select the modules button,you’ll notice that the console will change. If you click on the appearance button,you’ll notice that you’ll have a center column with some choices. In the preview screen on the right,you can go back to the modules. You’ll notice that you only have one preview screen,your choices will be on that scroll screen.
We want to go to the appearance button and look around at that. There are your choices,you have select theme. You have change layout,advanced edit,let’s first start off with select theme. My space offers a variety of themes,however if you want to use nets layouts,you’ll have to select this white icon here that says no theme.
You can go ahead and select that. If you want to change the looks of your column layouts,you can go to change layout,you have a variety of different ways to set your columns in place. If you choose to do that,you can go to advanced edit as well to change the colors on your headers,your body,your content,your modules and background.
However,if you are using nets layouts,I recommend you go straight to the CSS choice. You’ll notice a box pop up. Many of you will see that this looks familiar to you,it’s similar to the myspace 1.0 about me box where you can drop the coding.
You have net CSS code on your clipboard,what you’ll want to do now is to paste the code into the box,I’m going to do that,I’m going to take the code and stick it in the box. You’ll need to come to the right hand side and click publish.
This is your layout preview for nets layouts myspace 2.0 CSS code. Immediately you’ll notice that 2.0 looks completely different from myspace 1.0. At the top header,you have send message,add friends,add comment,you have everything in the top header.
Everything else is modules. You can add or subtract as needed,it’s up to the user,it’s not up to the layout maker. That’s the different. Each individual module is no longer a layout table set in its way,it’s a module that you can move,it is a movable module,you can set independent security settings.
You can move them from one side to the other. You can change the colors,it’s up to you. You can decide how many you want to keep and how many you want to delete. You’re not going to see these boxes or modules set in other places,this is a finished product like I showed you earlier on the console.
You have to go back to that console and set each individual module. You can decide what the privacy settings are. In the particular tutorial,I want to show you how to drop the CSS code.
If you’re brave enough to try 2.0,that’s how to start off. Myspace gives you 90 days to try it,if you don’t like it,they’ll save your profile information in layouts for up to 90 days,you can go back. If you are brave enough to try it,that’s how you do it.