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Help with html repeat-y background

I'm trying to code an html page so that as more content is added to the main portion of the page, the borders on the left and right automatically expand up and down.

I've added two <td>'s on the left and right with the background image as repeat-y. For some reason when I add content, the <td>'s aren't being filled automatically. This is going to be a very simple page and I don't need css etc to achieve this... an end user will be editing this page.

Please visit www.mwebdev.com/san/chalkboard.html and also see the attached screenshot. Thanks!
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See the newly attached screenshot for where I'll be adding content. How will this work?
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I forgot to mention that the content areas are outlined in yellow in the new screenshot.
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You can get the source from the url in my original post. The screenshot was only for visual guidance to compare to the html. I've tested with the html code from that url and it did not work.
Why don't you add content to the sample rather than make me guess where you want it?