Glad you got it working.
Always, always, always follow the flashing instructions for the rom in question. They're always on the first page of the thread devoted to the rom in Android Development or Original Android Development & they're always very clear/simple.
So head on over to those sections & do some reading/research before you do anything else.
Edit - And the first thing you do after you root your phone (and before you install any custom rom) ? Backup. Everything. Contacts/calendar/etc synced to Google, backup call/SMS logs with TiBu, do a nandroid backup in CWRecovery, and backup your EFS with kTool/similar (keep one copy of this backup on your PC, and another on the external SD card in your phone if you have one). Backup, backup, backup, backup. At least once a week or before you make any major changes to your phone (like flashing a new version of a rom or kernel). That way you don't lose your contacts/other stuff if things go pear shaped.
If it's important enough to cause you grief if it's lost, back it up. No excuses
Trolling for thanks is lame
Does Samsung's auto-brightness implementation crap drive you to self-harm ? A solution !
Most retarded thread on XDA in 2013