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    Background Image

    I am having trouble putting in a background image(not a "background" image) I don't want the image to repeat. What I mean is how sometimes when you right click on something it says: "save background as" how could I do with an image to put in the background.

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    Well I can asnwer your question about a not repeating background, but it will be a background image. As far as saving it as a background image (giving the user that choice) it has to be a background image.

    <style type="text/css">
    body
    {
    background-image: url("images/background.jpg");
    background-repeat: no-repeat
    }
    </style>

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    No, I want to know how to do this, on

    ubi.com when you right-click just about anywhere(even on some images) it says save "background as" I tried to use the scipt they used but it didn't work.

    How would do that?

    Thanks

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    There is no coding - when you right click anywhere on the "background' of that site - you are clicking on the background. The background image is an image that is 200 pixels wide & 2000 pixels in length. So it is repeating - but you just cannot tell it it. Most sites create a background like this - so that it repeats but the user cannot tell it is repeating.

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    Oh yeah! I found out how to do it!



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