Downside Buttons and Wallpapers

Readers of the Downside books have taken the time to come up with buttons and wallpapers!

The first two graphics, with “Terrible” and “Terrible Fever” on them, are buttons or logos. They are copyright Chelsea Mueller and offered under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

Right-click on the images
and save them to your hard drive.
Creative Commons License
This work by Chelsea Mueller is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

Next are two more buttons and a series of downloadable wallpapers. These are copyright Anilu Magloire, and also offered under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

Right-click on the images
and save them to your hard drive.
Creative Commons License
This work by Anilu Magloire is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Wallpapers
The following links open in a new window. Right-click and save the image to your hard drive.
Further below you find instructions on how to set the image up as wallpaper.

Creative Commons License
This work by Anilu Magloire is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

What is a “wallpaper”?
“Wallpaper” refers to the image that appears on your desktop behind the icons when all your windows are closed or minimized.

Setting the Image as Wallpaper

Windows
After you downloaded the image(s) of your choice, right-click on the file (name) and from the pop-menu choose ‘Set as wallpaper’.

Mac OS 8 or 9

  • After the download of the wallpaper(s), select from the Apple Menu ‘Control Panels’, then ‘Desktop Pictures’ or ‘Appearance’. (If the new window reads Appearance, select the tab that reads Desktop.)
  • If necessary, click Remove Picture to clear the current desktop picture.
  • Click Select Picture or Place Picture, then browse to the location of the saved image and click the image file.
  • Click OK or Choose.
  • Click Set Desktop.

Mac OS X

  • After the image download: From the Apple Menu, choose System Preferences and click Desktop.
  • In the Collections drop-down, choose Pictures folder if you saved the image there. Otherwise, select Choose Folder and browse to the folder where you saved the image. Drag the image into the screen well to set it as your desktop picture.

How To: Download & Install Wallpapers on your iPhone