How do I insert a background image in to the grid?

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To create a background image, you will need to follow the following tutorial: https://milliondollarscript.com/article/alpha-blending-tutorial/ Then go the Admin, and click on the ‘Background Blending under the ‘Cool Stuff’ menu. Upload your background image. (Click ‘Browse’ and then ‘Upload’) Please remember to Process Pixels after uploading the background.

How do you delete advertisers?

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1. From the Admin panel menu, click on 'List Advertisers' 2. Select the account that you want to delete, and hit 'Delete' 3. The script will delete the account. If the advertiser has an Order or owns some pixels, the script will warn you. You can click 'click here to delete anyway' to delete the account anyway.

How to make blocks Not For Sale (NFS) ?

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The blocks can be made Not For Sale (NFS) from the Admin menu. 1. Log into Admin and click on 'Nor For Sale' from the Cool Stuff menu. 2. Select the grid that you want to work with. 3. Click the blocks that you want to have NFS 4. Click 'Save not for Sale' The selected blocks cannot be purchased or reserved by users.

My hosting company does not allow me to set chmod 777 permissions

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Does the script show any problem saying that it cannot write to a directory or file? If it does not, then everything is OK. If it cannot write to a directory or file and you can only set to 666, then try to do this: Create empty files with the following names: in admin/temp/ temp1.png temp1.jpg temp1.gif background1.png in pixels/ main1.png main1.jpg main1.gif Then give chmod 666 to all the files above. These files can be just plain text files. For example upload myfile.txt and rename to temp1.png, upload myfile.txt and rename to temp1.jpg, and so on… The above example creates the files for grid 1. If you have a 2nd grid, replace the 1 with a 2, and so on.. More information about file permissions: http://www.elated.com/articles/understanding-permissions/