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Teison | 22 | | ♈ | Tenhei
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The Darkest of Nights
Produce the Brightest of Stars



Commissions
Commissions are on hold for a little while longer while I get used to my new tablet!
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Commissions

TH Invite Code
Pruchase of ONE Toyhou.se invite code.

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   How do I install snippets on my front page?
Once you have your snippet all ready to go, simply submit it as a deviation, not a journal. To place it on your page, use the Featured Deviation widget and select your snippet deviation.

Note: I've found that Featured Deviations can only be of a maximum 350px height. I'm not sure if there's a way around this, but I haven't been able to find one.


   How do you make an image 'float' to one side?
Thankfully this is a very simple answer! Within your image source code, <img src=" URL ">, simply add align="left or right" and the image will float to the side of your content! This works in custom boxes!

Example: <img src=" URL " align="right">


   I bought one of your codes and it doesn't work!
If the answer isn't in the Deviation's Artist Comment, then note me with your problem and I'll get back to you with a solution ASAP!


   I can't edit your code, it keeps jumping around!
Most, if not all, of my codes need to be editted in HTML mode when you're adding content! Otherwise the fancy bits will keep changing whenever you type.


   How do I add content to your codes?
Easy! Switch to HTML mode and enter your content within the < DIVS >!
Example: <div class="namecell">CHARACTER NAME HERE</div>


   My background is covering the code!
My apologies! Sometimes I forget to test the codes before posting them for public use. Most of the time, you can fix this very easily! Simply add position: relative; z-index: 999; to the body {} DIV and it should right itself! If not, then note me!
Example:
body {
position: relative;
z-index: 999;
}

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