First of all, the icons, all ROTS (and one ROTS comic book image):
-comment, credit, don’t hotlink
-brushes by calixa
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
And now…a Christmas present, of sorts. :D A ROTS mood theme.
(rejected, intimidated, lonely, enthralled, refreshed, uncomfortable)
Download the zip file, take out the images and upload them to your own server.
(The rest taken from Livejournal’s FAQ…they explained it better. :p)
When you’re ready to continue, make sure you’re logged in, and go to LiveJournal’s command console, where you can enter the commands to define your mood theme. (There is a reference, in case you need it, which describes all of the console commands, and explains how to escape double-quote and backslash characters.)
The first thing you’re going to do is create the theme. Execute the command:
moodtheme_create name des
name = the name of your new theme, which will be displayed in the lists from which users select.
des = a short description for your theme, which will be accessible through the console’s moodtheme_list command.
moodtheme_create “Munch’s Screamers” “You’ve seen ‘distressed’. Now see the rest.”
If you’re successful, you’ll see a page which tells you so and gives you a number (the theme ID) identifying your new mood theme. Remember this number, as it will be used every time you enter information for a mood. (If you forget it, you can execute the moodtheme_list command to find out the IDs of all the themes available to you.)
Now it’s time for the tedious part. You’ll assign each of your image files to a mood, by executing a command of the form:
moodtheme_setpic themeID moodID picURL width height
themeID = the number given to you after you created the mood theme.
moodID = the number of a mood for which you created an icon; you can find these numbers in parentheses on the LiveJournal Moods page (example: 15 for “happy”).
picURL = the full URL (Web address) of your mood icon.
width = width of the image, in pixels.
height = height of the image, in pixels.
For the assignment to take effect, you must provide all of the information listed. For example:
moodtheme_setpic 180 15 http://www.yoursite.com/happy.gif 20 20
[this is what’s in the ‘coding’ file]
When you’ve finished creating your theme, you can go to the Modify Journal page, and select the new theme as the mood icon set for your journal.