Customizing Your Back Page Pro Listing With CSS

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If you’re looking to customize your personal listing on Back Page Pro, you can do so with some custom CSS. In this article, we’ll cover some easy CSS tricks to get your profile looking great so it really stands out!

What is a CSS?

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are used in web pages to control the appearance of elements like text, images and backgrounds. You may already be familiar with using CCS for things like margins and font size — but did you know that they let you change an image’s color, or add shadows and transparency? The possibilities are endless when it comes to styling web pages with CSS.

What is BackPage Pro?

BackPage Pro was launched when the similar site, Back Page was shut down. These services are similar to Craiglist, but are primarily used for finding and listing escort services. While many users are legitimate, there are also plenty of scam artists who list themselves as escorts, call girls, etc., making these types of ads difficult to differentiate from the real thing.
In order to help people find reputable services, Backpage Pro allows registered users to create listings which appear at the top of search results under certain categories such as ‘escort’ and ‘call girl’. Each ad includes several pictures and basic information about what type of service will be provided, along with contact information. Many members choose to use their own photos rather than the stock images provided by the system, giving each listing more visual appeal. This article covers how to give your listing some added style through customizing your Back Page Pro listing.

What Can I Do With My Custom CSS?

There are a number of options available to you when creating your unique CSS code. A quick scan through any major website reveals thousands of styles applied to different elements in the design, all based on individual user preference. In general terms, here is what you can do:
Font Styling – Change the font size and color of most text items (e.g., titles) within the page. For example, if you wanted to make your name stand out more, change the font color to something bold like red or blue, then add some space around it with padding-top/bottom to provide more room between the lines. You could also choose to set everything in caps so that only the first letter of every sentence appears uppercase instead of just the first word. The default font size and colors may not be ideal for your personal ad; you should feel free to adjust them however you see fit!
Background Images & Shadows – Use your own background images for either a solid color or image behind each listing’s main body text. Also, apply box shadows to the images themselves to help draw attention to parts of your ad that need emphasis, such as an eye-catching title line. Or, simply take away any shadows from an image entirely, turning it into an abstract painting, similar to the