- 3 custom links
- 250px sidebar
- 500px posts
- boarder around description
- like/reblog if you use
ok so like i’ve posted this theme before but for some reason i couldn’t find the post anymore so I tweaked it a little and now i’m reposting.
I reached another thousand and I wanted to give you something so here’s another PSD for you :) Feel free to use it as much as you like, no need for credit unless someone directly asks you, just like or reblog if you’re downloading.
How to have random sidebar images each time you refresh
I get this asked a lot so I decided to make a tutorial
Theme #9 by mysansa
- Single column 500px posts
- 1 sidebar image: 230x140px or similar (preferred but will resize)
- 5 custom links (option to block if not using all)
- scrollbar on description
- option to block title
- Don’t use as base code
- Don’t remove credit
- Don’t steal parts of my theme
- Don’t claim as your own
Please like/reblog/tell me if using.
steps for how to install a custom theme here
If you need help with editing etc. ask away
you’re going to have to really mess with the brightness layer because the lighting on doctor who is insane
please like if you download
*contains a vibrance layer
This is only colouring tutorial so you need to know how to make gifs, I already sharpened it, all it needs now are some colours ;) You need to understand it a bit, it’s not exactly for beginners. I was asked how to use gradients so I’m going to be working with them a lot.
To celebrate my 7500 followers I am giving out a new Doctor Who psd, one I use often and a lot of people have asked me about it. So here it finally is! (MF)
- Works best for gifs.
- Black and White gradient.
- Like/reblog if use!
It’s a bit confusing at first and it miffed me but it’s actually really simple. I still think the change is ridiculous, but it’s workable, nonetheless.
This tutorial will teach you on how to change your sidebar images, randomly. It means every time you reload the page, the picture will be changed. You can also try this with logo and such.
Step 1. Go to this website.
Step 2. Go to your HTML codes and find the codes for your sidebar or…