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How do you use style in table to define a non-repeating background
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<TABLE bgcolor="#FFFEFC">
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<TABLE background="file.gif">
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Try this:
<table style="background-image:url('test.jpg'); background-repeat:no-repeat">
</table>

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You can add also  background-position:top left;
or center center; bottom right; etc... or in percents (counts from top and left): 50% 50%; 10% 90% etc.
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Please grant the points and close the question, thanks :-)
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