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Godaddy Background template picture

Godaddy Background template picture

Godaddy Background template picture

I am trying to create my own website based on www.Godaddy.com template resource.

Initially I chose a site with a certain template picture that I would like to edit. Unlike other smaller template pictures that I can edit or/ and replace I cannot see any options to edit or replace “the main” picture on the very top of every page.

Would it be possible at all? I do not see any options....

Any idea would be greatly appreciated!


RE: Godaddy Background template picture


Would it be possible at all? I
It may be.


I do not see any options....

Nor do we, there is certainly nothing of any use on the Godaddy 'home' page.

As in your last thread, link to EXACTLY where we should look rather than a generic page which means we have to guess what you are asking about.


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RE: Godaddy Background template picture

The thing is that I haven't published the website yet. As soon as I publish I will post the link.
Thank you.

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