Hacking MySpace: Mods and Customizations to Make MySpace Your Space

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Wiley, Aug 28, 2006 - Computers - 376 pages
Get noticed. Get discovered.

It's YourSpace

There are over 90 million profiles on MySpace. How do you make yours stand out? You use these programming tricks and techniques to tweak the look, feel, and content of your profile. You get the inside scoop on hot design and photography. You maximize the effects of HTML and CSS. And, if you happen to be a musician, you check out Chapter 30 to see how MySpace can launch your career. It's all in here. What are you waiting for? Make it all about you.

Complete code and instructions for these and more MySpace hacks:

  • Embedding graphics
  • Creating animated images
  • Developing your own background
  • Building custom cursors
  • Changing profile text styles
  • Getting kinky with links
  • Adding a comments box
  • Altering your contact table
  • Redesigning the navigation bar
  • Making DIV overlays

A companion Web site provides even more tricks and techniques.

Visit www.myspaceismyplace.com to find all code from this book, links to software and featured profiles, a reader forum, and more.

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About the author (2006)

John Pospisil is the founder of CogentInsights, a marketing and communications consultancy specializing in new and converging media. He was the product development champion and founding editor of Computer CHOICE, a magazine launched by the Australian Consumers' Association in 1995 and still one of Australia's most credible and independent IT titles. And he really had fun putting this book together.

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