FEATURING! Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill and Alex Kingston. Plus many guest stars and a few aliens. It’s been so long since I’ve made a mood theme that I’ve forgotten how they work, but here are all the images on Megaupload. And here’s examples!
I had to cheat a teeny bit- there's a Doctor Fastus cip in there, and some of Karen in The Kevin Bishop Show, and some of a much younger Arthur on CITV. But anyway, I hope you enjoy!
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:
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: