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Posted on 1998-10-12
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Would you guys here in the HTML room PLEASE take a look at my question about BACKGROUNDs in WWW images (Web images topic area).  The folks answering my question are NO HELP WHATSOEVER.  It's a 100 point question.
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AUDREY's answer is correct;
you need to create a "large" image,
so that "tiling" is not needed.
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Figured I'd give you a good rating for the second opinion :-)
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