Learn How To Change Discord Background

Ah, the world of customization, where the plain and ordinary is transformed into a delightful piece of personal expression. This isn’t just about aesthetic appeal—it’s also a display of personality, like a fingerprint carved into your digital world. Today, we’ll delve into the exciting realm of Discord backgrounds and learn how to make it your own. It’s as simple as changing a shirt, really, once you know how.

1. Better Discord

The first stop on our journey is BetterDiscord, a great client mod for Discord. Here’s the step-by-step:

  1. Download BetterDiscord from the official website and install it.
  2. Open Discord and head over to the settings panel. You’ll find a new section labeled ‘BetterDiscord’.
  3. In this section, you can directly paste CSS codes or import a CSS file to change the background.
Better Discord


2. Discord Background Themes

BetterDiscord allows the use of pre-made themes by the community. Here’s how:

  1. Visit the BetterDiscord Library, and choose a theme that suits your taste.
  2. Download the theme file (.theme.css), and save it on your computer.
  3. Head back to Discord, go to BetterDiscord settings, click on ‘Themes’, and then ‘Open Theme Folder’.
  4. Drag and drop the downloaded theme file into this folder, and you’ll see it appearing in Discord. Enable it, and voila!

3. Custom CSS

If you have some knowledge of HTML and CSS, you can customize your Discord to your liking:

  1. Go to BetterDiscord settings, click on ‘Custom CSS’.
  2. Here, you can type or paste your own CSS to make unique changes to your Discord look.
Custom CSS

4. Discord Background Bots

There are bots, like Mee6, designed to change your Discord background:

  1. Visit the Mee6 bot website, and click ‘Add to Discord’.
  2. Authorize the bot for your server.
  3. After adding the bot, head over to the server settings in Discord and you’ll find an option to change the background.

5. Change Server Icon

Changing the server icon is simple:

  1. Click on your server name at the top left.
  2. Click ‘Server Settings’.
  3. Click ‘Upload Image’ to change the server icon.

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