Tip & How-To about Facebook Apps

How to Personalize your Twitter Profile

  1. Selecting the right image can be a bit tricky. You'll want to choose an image with great left and right edges and isn't overly busy. The idea is to enhance the text in the center of the screen not over power it.
  2. 2 If you don't already have an appropriate photo or graphic on your hard drive , visit websites such as SXC.HU or Flicker.com to search for and download a royalty free or Creative Commons license Image.
  3. 3 Now that you've got your image, you need to add it to your profile. After logging into your account at Twitter, click "Settings" in the top menu. Then the "Design" tab and finally "Change Background image." Click the browse button and locate the image on your hard drive. Then click "Save Changes"
  4. 4 At this point, you'll probably notice that the default colors of the text and table elements look completely awful so click "Change Design Colors" and we'll take care of that.
  5. In a new browser window or tab, go to http://colr.org and click the "load your own" button below the random image and either enter the web location of your image or load it from your hard drive. If you need assistance with this step, visit Colr.org's help link at the top right of the page.
  6. Now that you can select coordinating colors simply experiment with your scheme by copy and pasting the color notations into the various design color boxes. The layout will adjust in real time so you can easily see how the color looks in the layout.


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