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  • #16963

    NWTD
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    I found this code snippet to add support for a custom background from the dashboard:
    /** Add support for Custom Background **/
    add_custom_background();

    I created a child themes that has a sectioned background (2-3 different backgrounds)…is it possible to add dashboard support for the three different sections?

    #16978

    braddalton
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    Try this: http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/individual-page-backgrounds/


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    #16995

    NWTD
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    Not quite what I was looking for. I’m trying to add multiple background support from the dashboard GUI. I’m talking about this area of the dashboard.

    So on this page of the dashboard I might see something like: Main Background Image (this would set the background for `<body>`), Top Background Image (this would set the background for the top section background), Middle Background Image (this would set hte background for the middle section of the site), and Footer Background Image (this would set he background for the footer area).

     

    #17001

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    #17005

    NWTD
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    Nope, not that either…at least I can’t tell from the the info on the links. Here’s an example of my site. Notice the three different backgrounds used…I’m wanting to be able to choose/edit those individually from the dashboard. Is this more of a WordPress hack than a theme function?

    #17010

    braddalton
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    There’s nothing like that which i know of. You could hire someone to custom code this but its alot of work because you also want the dashboard GUI.

    I understand you want to use different background images on the same page in different locations and also have access using a UI in the Dashboard.


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    #17141

    NWTD
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    Thanks Brad

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