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Windows 7: A webpage as a wallpaper = a wallpage?

08 Nov 2010   #1
alryaz

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 (notebook), Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (st. pc 1), Windows 98 (st. pc 2)
 
 
A webpage as a wallpaper = a wallpage?

Maybe I am the only one who does really want one to be, but it is really useful when You have nothing on your desktop. Windows XP had some awesome feature called ActiveDestktop and now I am searching for the way to make the wallpaper a web page. NO, NO, NO, do not suggest me to use windows gadgets!


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08 Nov 2010   #2
DeaconFrost

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

I haven't seen that feature available in quite some time. Do you really stare at your desktop that long? Have you tried Googling ActiveDesktop AND Windows 7 as a string?
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08 Nov 2010   #3
multibot

windows 7 rtm ultimate build 7600 x86
 
 

if u want then u can make that wallpaper as a background image of ur web page or as a home page. I will tell u the source code to do this and also the entire way. but 1st let me know that whether u know little bit html or not..
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08 Nov 2010   #4
wysiwyg

Vista Ultimate 32 bit, Win 7 Pro 32 bit, Win 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Mbot, your posts would scan a lot better if you stopped using textspeak, you have a full keyboard, why not use it.
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08 Nov 2010   #5
multibot

windows 7 rtm ultimate build 7600 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by wysiwyg View Post
Mbot, your posts would scan a lot better if you stopped using textspeak, you have a full keyboard, why not use it.
Thanx wysiwyg for suggesting me. But at least m not like you that i even use textspeak in writing others name.
anyways we must not fight like kids rather by being a team we can do even better things... ;-)
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08 Nov 2010   #6
alryaz

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 (notebook), Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (st. pc 1), Windows 98 (st. pc 2)
 
 

Ok guys, I know HTML (a bit), and I ONLY need to put an INTERACTIVE site as a wallpaper, not a dull image.
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08 Nov 2010   #7
alryaz

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 (notebook), Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (st. pc 1), Windows 98 (st. pc 2)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by multibot View Post
if u want then u can make that wallpaper as a background image of ur web page or as a home page. I will tell u the source code to do this and also the entire way. but 1st let me know that whether u know little bit html or not..
Gosh, that guy didn't understand anything . I DON'T NEED TO CONFIGURE A WEBSITE! I NEED A FULLY FUNCTIONAL WEB PAGE AS A WALLPAPER FOR MY DESKTOP!!!!

And did anyone install mac os on PC? I really need help at that, I don't have a retail Mac OS CD/DVD
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08 Nov 2010   #8
DeaconFrost

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by alryaz View Post
And did anyone install mac os on PC? I really need help at that, I don't have a retail Mac OS CD/DVD
People have done it, yes, but it would be breaking the rules of the forum to discuss it. Without the DVD, you may be out of luck anyway.
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08 Nov 2010   #9
multibot

windows 7 rtm ultimate build 7600 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by alryaz View Post
Ok guys, I know HTML (a bit), and I ONLY need to put an INTERACTIVE site as a wallpaper, not a dull image.
well alryaz, if u know css also with html little bit then you can do everything better. here m sending u an attachment of a web site. But here i used a small line of a picture and i just repeated it and it looks even better and also became fluid. But if u use any constant image/wallpaper it will not fit in each n every browser properly. And if u want not to repeat the image just simply edit the css and give the path of the background image in the line "background:url(./images/header.png) left top repeat-x;" and if u dont want to repeat it simply delete the entire line i highlighted here with blue color.
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i hope u will understand the beauty of css...


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