How to Personalize your MySpace Profile with Photobucket Layouts

My Space is one of those social networking sites where there are a lot of people who post their profiles and pictures on an online community. A MySpace profile usually consists of digital photos, personal information which the user voluntarily submits. Now, MySpace is being utilized to create profiles for upcoming bands and artists. It would be nice if your profile would stand out against all the run of the mill pictures and introduction that permeate the site. You should use Photobucket layouts to customize your profile.

To do this, you do not need extensive experience in HTML or computers. All you need is an account to get Photobucket layouts and access to or any profile generators and editors.

When you go to the website of, on the uppermost part you will notice there are four options consisting of the following, MySpace Layouts, Graphics, Generators, and Other Layouts.

The first step is to click the “Generators” button. A new page will show in your screen giving you multiple options on how to decorate your profile, like glitter text, background, and even Photobucket layouts.

If you opt to change your profile background, you will need to click on the tab “backgrounds” then choose colors or add photos from Photobucket layouts.

Type to a new tab if you want to do more photo searches. It is easy to sign up if you don’t have an account yet. Using this site, you will be able to find different images that may express your personality then get the HTML code provided at the image. Copy the HTML code and paste it into the “image URL” field on pimp-my-profile. The next step is to click “PMP Upload.” As a result, the Photobucket layout will serve as your profile background.

The next step is to edit the tables, text or headings, and scrollbars of your profile page. You can do this by following this order, “Tables,” “Text/Heading” and “Scrollbars.” You may edit their appearance by choosing their colors, fonts, and sizes.

Click “Generate my Code” to see the results of your design in your MySpace profile. The HTML code should then be copied and pasted in the “About Me” section of your MySpace page.