[For 1.8] Welcome guests (ork)
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Example
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ACP>>Templates & Style>>Templates>>CHOOSE THEME>> Header>>header_welcomeblock_guest
add this
<div class="guestbox mobilehide">
<span class="guestsimagewelcome1"></span>

</div>
ACP>>Templates & Style>>Themes>>Choose theme>>Global.css
add this
.guestsimagewelcome1 {
background: url(https://anonshare.eu/images/register2.png);
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    width: 300px;
    height: 200px;
    padding: 0 5px 3px;
    position: fixed;
    right: 1px;
    bottom: 0px;
    z-index: 1;
}
[Image: banner.gif]
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#2
4 things to note:

1. respect is a huge thing to and as such it is usually respectful to always credit your source ie: vbulletin-mods.co.uk (just like the watermark on the register2.png image identifies source)     and  perhaps also where the tutorial came from before that being vbulletin.org where the original tutorial used other images

2. Probably not wise to use copyrighted images from blizzard entertainment unless explicit permission is given and if required the respective blizzard copyright notices displayed, as adhering to and recognizing the importance of copyright law is kinda an important thing in so many ways to say the least, anyhoo just something I may have observed during years working with wow. Unless provided free usage in a press kit or img is freely provided by other source for free usage, on might be in usage breach just saying.

Pretty clear cut:
Quote:All trademarks referenced herein are the properties of their respective owners.

©2019 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved.


3. You are posting snippets of this from your premium custom theme and this wont be present in the readers theme for example:
<div class="guestbox mobilehide">

So it is wiser to write tutorials using default theme  so the end reader can actually follow the tutorial. Jist a few observations and thoughts for ya.

4. FYI: in case you did not know the diff, umm, that is not an "orc" but is in fact well known to be a completely different race classification, ie: goblin class.  Wink
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