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Repeating Background Image Trouble (<DIV>)

Posted on 2009-04-28
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Here's an example of the problem: http://www.drownemtide.com/fp/index3.html.  If looking at page source, mainly look for "leftcol" references.

I can't figure out why there is a small space in between each image.

I have a feeling this is a really simple answer, but I'm lost.

Thanks.
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Question by:katiep23
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by:GlobaLevel
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I believe that you have to set the height and the width to the same formtting, either absolute or liquid, but not both...
#leftcol {
	background-image:url(side2.gif);
	width: 199px; -->AbsolutePositioning
	height: 100%; -->liquid
}

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by:katiep23
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Actually, I just updated the page.  I didn't have it repeating before.  Take a look now please.
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Nevermind.  I'm stupid.  The line was on the image itself!!
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