Welcome to RootsTech! Historiana 17:23, 4 February 2012 (UTC)Historiana
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Again, welcome! Kara 15:32, 24 October 2010 (UTC)
I think that I finally have it - glad we are here todayVKreutzian 17:27, 4 February 2012 (UTC)vkreutzian
Calveras County [edit source]
I'm going to add some info to the Calaveras County page unless you have someone else assigned to that task. I have picked up some info while researching ancestors who lived there.
--Ldrew 18:57, 12 April 2012 (UTC)
Transparent Images[edit source]
Jamie, the image is working ok for me with the transparency intact.
See it at the bottom of one of my sandbox pages...
The black square you see on the original image is actually just showing the boundries of the image. Most images with transparent backgrounds look like they have a black square around them until they are in use on a live page. Then the transparency is witnessed as the background color or design.
If you want the black background, you'd need to either find an image that has a black background or put the current transparent image on a page with a black background, then screen capture the image and save it. That will keep the presentation the same as what you see on your screen at the time of capture.
Let me know if you have problems or need help. --Ldrew 21:25, 7 June 2012 (UTC)