ZingerBug.com FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

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To use one of our MySpace comments or glitter graphics, click in the text box under the image, this will highlight all of the html code in the box. Then copy the codes and paste them into your profile, comment, blog, or webpage. For more info please visit our FAQ

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ZingerBug.com FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

 

What uses of ZingerBug images are allowed?

What uses of ZingerBug images are NOT allowed?

Where do ZingerBug images come from?

Can I request something specific?

How do I post an image?

I pasted in the codes, but instead of an image, I just get codes.

How do I remove an image from my profile?

Who runs ZingerBug.com?

 

 

 

 

 

What uses of ZingerBug images are allowed?

ZingerBug images are intended for personal use on social networking sites. We encourage you to post them on MySpace, Friendster, Hi5, Orkut, Xanga, Piczo, BlogSpot, Yahoo 360 or other similar sites & blogs.

 

What uses of ZingerBug images are NOT allowed?

You may not use the images in any way other than through the codes provided. You may not copy the images to your hard drive. You may not alter the images in any way (with the exception of the customizable Kimis, which may only be edited through imikimi.com by clicking on the link provided). You may not alter the codes in any way. You may not link directly to the images and bypass our codes. You may NOT redistribute the images.  In short, you may not use the images in any way that does not provide a direct link back to ZingerBug.com.

 

Where do ZingerBug images come from?

At ZingerBug.com we make all of our own graphics. If you see it somewhere else… they stole it from us! We do not purchase, steal, borrow, link to, or otherwise use material that we do not have permission to use. Some of our photographs and clipart come from public domain sources, or sources that we have permission to use, but the creative energy is 100% original. If you have any reason to believe that one of our images is in copyright violation, please contact us immediately at webmaster@zingerbug.com.

 

Can I Request Something Specific?

Yes! If you would like to request an image that you can't find, please send the request to webmaster@zingerbug.com and we'll do our best. We happily accept requests and will do our best to make whatever you'd like. However, we cannot fulfill requests for personal messages ("Johnny Loves Susie" etc.), copyrighted materials (Disney, brand logos etc.), sexually explicit materials, profanity, or anything else offensive. Basically, we can only fulfill requests for things that we cal legally post and distribute, and that others could use. If you want to make something more personalized, please check out our partners at www.imikimi.com.

 

How do I post an image?

To use one of our images, copy the codes from the text box below the images (click anywhere in the box and all of the codes will be highlighted, then copy them to your clipboard by either holding down the control key and hitting the “C” key, or by choosing “copy” from the edit menu at the top of your browser.)  Once you have copied the codes to your clipboard, you need to paste them into your site or blog. Different sites and blogs work differently, so it’s a little bit hard to give specific directions for where to paste the codes. Essentially, you need to paste them where HTML editing is allowed. For example, in MySpace, if you want to put an image in your profile, you go to the “edit profile” tool and then paste the codes into the section where you want the image to appear. If you want to send the image as a MySpace comment, bring up the “post comment” screen of the friend you want to post to and paste the codes there. If you’re posting to a MySpace blog, you need to click the “view source” button in order to paste in HTML codes. (To paste the codes, put the cursor where you want the codes to go and either hold down the control key and hit the “V” key, or choose “paste” from the edit menu at the top of your browser.)

 

I pasted in the codes, but instead of an image, I just get codes.

This happens when your browser doesn’t recognize the codes provided as HTML. There can be several reasons for this. Here are some of the most common ones.

1)    Some MySpace users disable HTML in their comments (if the user does not wish to receive HTML comments, you will see a note on the post comment screen stating that the user has disabled HTML.) If the user has disabled HTML comments, the browser will simply display the codes instead of the picture.

2)    You may have pasted the codes into a section that does not allow HTML editing. This is a common problem when posting to MySpace blogs, because you have to check the “view source” button in order to enter HTML codes.

3)    If the codes have been altered in any way, the computer may not recognize them as HTML and will simply display them as text. Common ways to accidentally alter the codes include inserting spaces or returns, changing the capitalizations, or trying to type a personal message into the codes. If you want a message to appear below the image, paste the codes, then go to the very end of the codes (after the final “>” character) hit return, and then type your message.

4)    On very rare occasions we screw up and provide faulty codes. If you believe this is the case, please contact us immediately at webmaster@zingerbug.com

 

How do I remove an image from my Profile?

In order to remove an image from your profile, you must delete the html codes for that image. To do this, go to the edit profile area and locate the codes in the section where you pasted them (for layouts, backgrounds and contact tables, that will usually be the "about me" section if you're using MySpace). The codes will look somewhat different depending on the type of image and how you posted it (whether you used the quick post buttons, or posted the code manually.) Generally the codes will look something like this:

 

Regular Images:

<a title="Click here to get MySpace comments, glitter graphics, funny photos and more cool stuff!" href="http://www.zingerbugimages.com"><img border="0" src="http://www.comments.zingerbugimages.com/glitter_graphics/hi_yellow_smiley_glitter_text.gif"></a>

 

Backgrounds, Cursors and other Layout Elements:

<Style type="text/css" >

body, td { background-color: transparent; border: none; border-width: 0px; }
body {
background-color:rgb(0,0,0);
background-image: url(http://www.zingerbugimages.com/backgrounds/blue_spirals.jpg);
background-attachment: fixed;
background-position: top left;
background-repeat: repeat;
}
</Style> I got my background at <A href="http://www.zingerbugimages.com" target="_blank">ZingerBug.com</A>

 

To see the exact codes that you're looking for, find the image in question on ZingerBug, copy the codes and paste them into notepad or any other text editor. If you used the quick post buttons, you can choose the codes from the text area below the buttons to see exactly what you're looking for.

 

Once you have deleted the html codes from your profile, save it and the image should disappear.

 

Who runs ZingerBug.com?

ZingerBug.com is a small, family owned and operated business. We’ve been serving the social networking communities since 2006 and we thoroughly LOVE what we do!

 

If you have any other questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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