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    Smile Twitter link

    **** See screen shot provided

    I'd like to have the .png pic as a link on my front page. How can I accomplish this?

    Thank you!

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    Just insert it anywhere you want as a standard link <a href="<URL>"><img src="<IMG_LOC>"></a>

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    I got this on my vBadvanced CMPS Add Page: HTML File page:

    The path you have specified for your HTML File path is not a valid file on your server. Please go back and enter the full path (NOT the URL) to this file.

    I'm confused. Can you help me?

    Thanks.

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    That means the path you are entering is not valid... What are you trying to enter for your path?
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    /public_html/dumontjnforum.com/forums/images/misc/follow-us-on-twitter.png

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    I actually have it done now. I made it a module which does lead me to two minor questions:

    www.dumontnjforum.com (Upper right of screen)

    1) How could I do it so the image is by itself and now within a module "box"?

    2) Why is there a red colored box around the image?

    Thanks!!

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    1). Turn off the 'Use Module Wrapper Template' setting for that module.
    2). Add a border="0" tag to your <img> tag.
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    Thank you!

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    you might also want to wrap the following code around your image tags: <div align="center">your image code</div>

    This centers it, looks a bit better

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