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    Angry tag to make BG img resize to fit all browsers??

    certain code ive been tryin to find for a long time, itll make your background image automatically resize to fit all browsers, can anyone help????


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    Sorry, there is no "Stretch" code for background images. You can tile, but not resize.
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    hmm, that bites, but thanx---

    i build my own websites and do my graphics (mostly fantasy art now) been doin it since I was 7, an i use all my own pictures on my personal websites, n i make desktops too, an i usually use them for my bg, with the fixed bg code, looks good on the computer i made it on, but on my computer the pic shows like the top inch at the bottom too any ideas u could help me out with??

    n i aint old enuf to have credit card or nothin, so im stuck still usin free web places..

    www.angelfire.com/art2/ozzysabode

    im needin to update it and put my 4 news images on there, but i wanna try and fix that b4 i do...

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    To be honest, most people just dont use large background images, partly because of this problem, but mainly because huge images are slow to load.

    I would use a single image ( no tiling) and blend the edges of it into the background color. That will still look natural, you will get your (very good BTW) artwork on there and it wont repeat.
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    thank you much, both for the compliment, and the advise, ill post the address again when i rebuild it on my next day off (sometime soon... i hope) thanks for advice

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    got it rebuilt, just did a real quik job on it, but the bg problem, as far as I can tell, is fixed, an i put my newer stuff on there that i hadnt gotten around to doin yet lol

    www.angelfire.com/art2/ozzysabode

    instead of doin like you said, tho, fadin it into a solid bg color.. i had me own idea..

    thanx fer advise

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    That's really nice! Good job.
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    thanx, im not really as much as into doin websites as i am my graphics tho... think kinda obvious, i spend long hours with my graphics, 5 mins with my websites, hehe

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