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What year do you belong in? quiz

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You Belong in 1953



1953





If you scored...

1950 - 1959: You're fun loving, romantic, and more than a little innocent. See you at the drive in!

1960 - 1969: You are a free spirit with a huge heart. Love, peace, and happiness rule - oh, and drugs too.

1970 - 1979: Bold and brash, you take life by the horns. Whether you're partying or protesting, you give it your all!

1980 - 1989: Wild, over the top, and just a little bit cheesy. You're colorful at night - and successful during the day.

1990 - 1999: With you anything goes! You're grunge one day, ghetto fabulous the next. It's all good!


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nectarfizz
Feb. 8th, 2005 06:28 am (UTC)
Mouse Mouse Mouse
You gotta see the mood theme someone posted in Mood_mania..click on y friends page to see it. It is just so you. If you need help installing it let me know.
countrymouse
Feb. 8th, 2005 09:50 am (UTC)
Re: Mouse Mouse Mouse
I looked at the readme.txt she included in the .zip file--says the mood icons look best on a light background. I can't figure out from the LJ FAQ on mood icons how to install them.

Oh well, there are other mice mood icons.
nectarfizz
Feb. 8th, 2005 08:29 pm (UTC)
Tutorial for Installing mood themes. part 1
I have broken the stuff down so that I can go step by step in extreme (painful) detail.

Make sure you have a paid account.

Creation Phase:

Create a file in Documents and name it Moodthemes or something similar so you have it available when you extract the file after unzipping it.

Go to the site offering the moodtheme.

Click on the zip file contained in the persons site under a download or unzip link (there should be a zip file somewhere on their post or site)

The Unzipping program should open if you have one if not Winzip is free to download on-line.

When the Unzipping program opens it will show a bunch of files, Click extract and find the file you previously named "moodtheme or similar" extract the images to that file.


Coding Phase:


(I use Photobucket so the following instructions are for that. It's free if you want to try it)

Go to PhotoBucket and log on.

Create a new Album and name it Moodtheme or similar.

Click on the album link (in blue) to ensure your in that album.

Click on the upload files button...using the submit multiple button works best as you will have about 130 or some pics to upload.

Once they are loaded click on one of the Url thats been created below the pic and copy it.

Open an E-mail and paste the Url into it.

Highlight the Url only until you hit the emotion:

Example: Http: //img.photobucket/v432/screename/Moodtheme/worried.jpg

becomes: Http://img.photobucket/v432/screename/Moodtheme/

Copy the changed Url code.

Open the File where you have saved the pics.

Look for a Text document and open it under whatever program you have (directions here are for Microsoft word)

The text will contain a list of emotions and Http addresses. This is provided by the creater to help you. Here is how you use it.

In your Microsoft Word Program click on Edit.

Click on find button (binoculars icon nect to it) then click replace tab.


Click the 2nd box(replace with box) and paste your saved url code in it. (2nd not 1st)
Copy the Http: code given by the creator in their list and place it in the 1st box(find what box)Just as in your code you will want to stop short of the emotion word when copy/pasting.

Click replace all. The Http will now have your code and the unchanged list of emotions of each will correspond with your Url pic.

Minimize the program window after saving.

Next step is the insertion phase:

Go to your Internet search bar and

Type:

Http://www.livejournal.com/admin/console/

nectarfizz
Feb. 8th, 2005 08:29 pm (UTC)
part2
this will take you to the place you will be adding your codes.

Type in moodtheme_create "Theme name" "Theme name and then the words mood theme" press execute.

There will be an Id # given to your file..write it down.

Minimize the page for the Admin Console you will need to come back to it.

Go back into your changed and saved list of pics document file.

Look at your list. After the words moodtheme_setpic you will see 5 numbers copy these down (ignore the numbers after the space..these are the pic numbers.)

Go to the find/replace section again in your Word Program.

In the Find what: type in the generic 5 numbers you have copied.

(the 5 numbers will be easy to spot because they are repeated the same in each line whereas the pic numners are not)

In the Change box type in your Id number given when you created the file at the Admin Console.

Click replace all.

The information on each line will now show both your Url code and your Id Number. After the Id number you will see some other numbers these are the pic numbers and should not be erased or changed or it will not load properly. At the very end of the Html code (URl) there will be two sets of numbers (example: 50 50)
this is the length and width of the pic you are uploading and if you copy pasted it correctly will already contain the correct numbers from the creator. Do not delete this number as it is important.

(Note: you may notice a gap between the http code and the numbers where the code broke up and moved down one line. This is normal and will not affect the code.)

Click on Edit in the upper left corner then select all then click copy.

Go the the Admin Console again and paste your code into the box provided.

Click execute when your done.

This will create a line of text. If your loading went correctly the text will be in black. If it failed to load it will print in red.

If you have red fail lines check the code...

did you place a space between the 5 numbers and the pic numbers?
did you mispell an emotion?
did you forget to leave the numbers in at the end?
did you forget to change the id numbers?
Did you check the code for typing errors?

These hints should help.

I broke it down cause I was confused and often find that breaking down the steps helps make it easier.

There are two common mistakes a creator can make in their mood theming that you want to be on the lookout for:

1) Missing an emotion in their list of pics
2) Misspelling emotions or adding extra // or something in the code.

I hope this helps someone but mostly it is just for me to refer back to


countrymouse
Feb. 8th, 2005 09:29 pm (UTC)
Re: part2
Urgh, I'm sorry I got most of the way through your first post when my brain decided to shut down. I'll just use the mice mood themes that are available on LiveJournal, that I can pick and then just go.

Thank you for all the work, but my brain is just not up to it. Sorry. :-(
nectarfizz
Feb. 9th, 2005 05:31 am (UTC)
Re: part2
heh heh thats ok..I wish I had the power to do it for you but seeing as that would take logging on asyuo I doubt that would be a good idea. LOL
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