Originally Posted by AzBirdgangMC
Originally Posted by noypiako0929
Originally Posted by Kbrooks9092
Originally Posted by ahh_boi
I didn't download N3MO's LS version... because at the time I didn't know where to get it. Plus, it didn't seem like anyone was willing to share at the time... which is fine with me... so I decided to make my own overlays... which some of you seen in my previous screen shots.
Anyhow, since I didn't download N3MO's version... I can't tell you how to add the bottom image on his version. But I can tell you how I did it in my version... which might be similar N3MO's version.
The baseline source to display the image in the top left is the following:
In my iPhone, I never had a Converted-LockBackground.jpg file, so what the code does it is it will display the 'Images/nowallpaper.png' image since the file does NOT exist. To get it to show my lock screen image I have to change it to the following path:
<img src="/var/mobile/Library/SpringBoard/Converted-LockBackground.jpg" onerror="this.src='Images/nowallpaper.png';" style="position: absolute; top: 1px; left: 2px; width: 171px; height: 257px; z-index:-15;"/>
Most of you have the top left image... so you guys already have a valid path.
As for the bottom image, I copied the baseline code for the top left frame, and pasted another line of code for the bottom left frame:
Just a little NOTE... in the source code above, I changed nowallpaper.png to nowallpaperbottom.png (I did that to the Top image also, and named it nowallpapertop.png). My lockscreen and homescreen images are personal... so I force it to my alternate "nowallpaper*.png" pictures when I post in the forums by adding a character in the path... which is the images you see in my previous screenshots. The other change is the path to the HomeBackgroundThumbnail.jpg to display my homescreen wallpaper in the bottom left frame. Last, change was changing "top" variable value, to push the image further down the page.
<img src="/private/var/mobile/Library/SpringBoard/HomeBackgroundThumbnail.jpg" onerror="this.src='Images/nowallpaperbottom.png';" style="position: absolute; top: 220px; left: 2px; width: 171px; height: 257px; z-index:-15;"/>
Not sure if that was the right added change, but that's how I got the bottom frame to display my homescreen wallpaper. You don't need to need to use your homescreen image for the bottom left image. You can also upload an image in /Image folder, and give a path of 'Images/top_image.png' for example. This will also display an image in bottom frame if you don't want to use your home wallpaper.
Anyhow... hope this points you in a direction... and I hope this helps...