With Myspace being as popular as it is, many websites are springing up offering pre-made profile layouts that you can copy and paste onto your profile to make it look better. This instructable is for those people who want to go their own way and write their own profile using a little HTML and a bunch of CSS.
Myspace has a new method of editing profiles. This instructable details the old way of profile customization, and still applies to people who haven't upgraded to "Profile 2.0".
Step 1: The basics.
Myspace uses CSS to edit the colors and such. CSS is an internet technology that stands for Cascading Style Sheet. Without getting too far into it, CSS allows you to edit many aspects about the design of your Myspace, as well as webpages that you write.
The first step is to add the following lines of HTML to the "About Me:" content box. I put mine at the very top, so that it is easily accessible if I want to change it later. This will not appear on your profile, it is simply to alert the web browser of the person viewing your page that there is CSS between these html tags, and to adjust your profile accordingly.