Last time I discussed how to make a professional looking Myspace page — 1.0. Customizing social media pages is an important for skill for designers, musicians and others. The ability to create custom backgrounds and designs for myspace, twitter, etc. can become a lucrative business model for savvy designers. Compared to many other social networking sites, Myspace offers the most flexibility in the layout and design of a profile page.
Today I’m going to go over how to customize a Myspace profile with the new Myspace 2.0.
Once you sign-in to your account, you’ll click to edit your profile.
Now, make sure that your profile is set to Myspace 2.0.
You’ll now easily be able to browse around and interact with the theme editor at the top of the page.
Now you can choose to use the themes that Myspace offers or upload a custom Myspace theme.
This is where your design skills come in handy. To upload your professional Myspace theme, paste your own CSS code into the appropriate box.
Make sure that you’ve clicked in the appearance box that you don’t want to choose a layout. Next, click to publish your profile.
Once you’ve published it, your Myspace page should appear like so: