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Your Questions About Tumblr Codes And Tricks

Posted on April 29, 2011 by Blog Design Journal

Lizzie asks…

CSS codes won’t work on my background for tumblr????!!?

I have the image url. http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l9jom2XonT1qdntveo1_400.gif I am trying to get it to fit my whole wed page without repeating. No matter what I do nothing will work. I tried dozens of css codes. I’ve been trying to get this to work for months and nothing seems to do the trick. I’ve tried alot of different css trick websites. They’re all different and non of them give me the same answer. I just want this as my background. Please help me? I don’t want website links. I need someone to help me walk through it step by step so I know what I’m doing.

Blog Design Journal answers:

Please provide a link to your website and I’ll be able to help you out.

Ruth asks…

How do I delete this off my tumblr?

My friend, has a streampad in the bottom of her tumblr, she wants to delete it, but we can’t work out how!

How do we delete the Stream Pad,

We can’t find the code in the HTML thing, and we have tried reseting the theme and disabling the custom HTML!

Is there a trick to deleting it?>??

http://georgianikolovski.tumblr.com/

Blog Design Journal answers:

This is pretty simple and easy. Following are the steps to follow to delete music: First open the music widget, go to `list view` (the 3 horizontal lines in the bottom left hand corner of screen) – You will see that list view has artist list, album list and song list etc – you get a delete option for any of these by long-holding on the name of the artist/album/song.

Lisa asks…

How do I block someone from viewing my Tumblr page using an IP address?

I have StatCounter set up on my Tumblr page, so I am already tracing IP addresses. There is one on my list that I would specifically like to block from viewing my page completely, for personal reasons. I tried Googling how to do it…I can’t use an .htaccess code or whatever it’s called on my page, and I tried a PHP code that I found and it didn’t work. I think an HTML code might work, but I can’t find any or know how to make one. I am usually pretty good with computer stuff, but if you answer this please give me step-by-step instructions!! Thanks :)

PS. I tried copying this code into my description box, which is under “info” on the customize page:

and the .htaccess code was:
order allow,deny
deny from 22.222.222.222
allow from all

but i didn’t really think that one would work. the things that went wrong were:
With the first code, I tried it with my IP address first to see if it worked, and it didn’t. the second code didn’t work because I didn’t really know what to do with it, so I just tried putting it in my info box and needless to say it just showed up as normal text.
Like I said, I have personal reasons for blocking this person and I would really like some help!!

PSS. I also would not like to pay for a service to use that can do this for me…I would definitely prefer a free one haha. I have tried Advanced IP Scanner and Bee Think IP Scanner…they both don’t seem to really be doing the trick at all. :/

Blog Design Journal answers:

You don’t have that kind of access. There may be something from within Tumblr’s backend, but you won’t be able to add special code to do it.

Paul asks…

Link to my Tumblr on MySpace?

I added a link to my Tumblr page on my MySpace profile.
And at first it was fine, but now it doesn’t work!
I used this type of code: TEXT

So whenever someone clicks on the link, all they get is this:

Sorry, you have reached a link that is no longer accessible due to one or more of the following:

- A reported spammer site

- A reported Phishing Site: A site designed to trick the user into giving up user name and passwords.

- A site which contains malware

- A site that currently contains a lot of spam

- The user entered HTML syntax was inaccurate.

If you believe, you have received this message in error, please contact customer support here.

Note: The specific link may be OK, but the webhost may be the issue. For example, if you are trying to visit a blog or page on some webhost, the specific site or blog may be benign, but because the host/company won’t work with MySpace security to block other malicious sites on their domain, we are sometimes forced to block the entire domain.

Please help, I have no idea what happened.

Blog Design Journal answers:

Finding customer specific requirements has long been a challenge. In fact, a survey of current automotive suppliers found that a significant number did not know where to go for the latest applicable customer specific requirements. For registrars and end users, this represents a serious problem. How can rules be followed and enforced if they are not readily available?

It is with these challenges in mind customerspecifics.com was created. Here you will find a community to access, share, and discuss customer specific requirements.

Please understand that the content of this site will take some time to develop as we work hand in hand with each of you to build a comprehensive database of the thousands of available customer specific requirements. We ask that you join us in our cause as we attempt to build something great for the common benefit of the quality community.

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