How to show an image on all pages by default...

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I was looking in the forums for how to do this on the main page and have it automatically be on all pages. I would love to know how to keep these image in are area as well as on all pages by default. What I'm trying to do is put a little image decoration in the corners of the page and I want it on all pages by default and firm to each corner.

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Oh and I notice there are a lot of "how to's" on in websitebuilder but there are not together and organized. It would be great if these were in a section so I can check and see what already available. For all I know this info could be posted already but I can't find it. So yeah, a "How To" section or a "tutorials" section. Thanks.
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Absolute positioning is a difficult thing to advise on responsive style designs. You can try using the docking options and see if it gives you the effect you desire. Anything added in the header section or the footer section should appear on all pages. On other sections you do need to go into the element settings and set the Show on all pages switch to on.

Websitebuilder does have it's own category, which is where all the how to's are housed. This also happens to be where people post their questions, so they can get jumbled up. I am going to go through and archive closed topics and make sure that everything is in there correctly. That will help clean it up. As a rule, anything posted by myself or Homestead FAQ will be a how to. I will see if I can find a better way to classify them.

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