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page background question

Posted on 1998-11-12
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Is there a way to have a page background remain static while the rest of the page scrolls up and down? Right now the page background becomes tiled and duplicates itself for the whole page.
Thanks in advance
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Question by:ohyeold
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IE only:
<BODY ... BGPROPERTIES="FIXED">

Martin
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by:ohyeold
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Thanks for the easy one...
nothing does it for netscape
 I believe
Please correct me if I'm wrong...
Thanks

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