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    Question Backgrounds

    Quick question. I want to have a fixed background on my web site. What is the attribute for that?

    Isn't is bgproperties="fixed"?

    Thanx...

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    Personally I use Adobe Photoshop to create the background i want then slice it up in Image Ready, then save it as HTML. After that all I do is change the sliced images to background images like

    <TD background="images/layout_03.gif" WIDTH=132 HEIGHT=770>

    I'm not sure if that is what you are asking. You can also do something like

    <body topmargin=0 leftmargin=0 background="images/background_grid.gif">

    and like i made a set of four grid boxes then it'll just tile so that it expands and contracts whenever necessary without you having to change the images size. Don't listen to me i'm still a n00b lol. jk hope i helped.

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    Re: Backgrounds

    Originally posted by Black Death
    Quick question. I want to have a fixed background on my web site. What is the attribute for that?

    Isn't is bgproperties="fixed"?

    Thanx...
    Yes, I think it is. It goes in the BODY tag, but I'm not sure that it works in all browsers.



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