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Monday, 29 August 2005
Topic: HTML Questions
im not sure if your really gonna get what im asking hear but with out dreamweaver or any of them other products that do things for you..im not sure just how to ask this but anyways, how do you add a background in/on another background..like ok when you right click on somet and it says save background as... well how do you do that..cause wanting to make my site look better that im working on for a new home page but how do you do that by code???

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Tuesday, 30 August 2005 - 8:53 PM EDT

Name: mamagoo

To add a background image you need to type in the path or location of the image
but it's much easier to just upload the image to the directory where your page is stored, most likely the main directory.... then code it like this
in the body tag

<body background="yourgrapic.jpg">

if the picuture is not in the same dierctory then type the whole url to the directory where it is..... something like this if you have it stored in an image directory

<body background="http://angelfirewhatever/images/yourgrapic.jpg">

Tuesday, 30 August 2005 - 10:48 PM EDT

Name: Jason

thank but i already know all that..its not what i meant but thanks anyways though

Wednesday, 31 August 2005 - 11:41 AM EDT

Name: cw
Home Page: http://www.lissaexplains.com/tables.shtml

I think what you want is the coding for table backgrounds. You aren't really putting a background on a background. What you're doing is placing a table with a background onto a page with a background. The link above explains how to code for a table background. You may also want to read the section on nested tables.

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