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background-image size change in css

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can i increase the size of the background-image directly in css
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Not in CSS2.x.  CSS3 plans to add that capability, but it's not widely supported yet.
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please tell me  the differences between css1 and css2 and tell me how will we know  what we are using
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Basically CSS1 is a subset of CSS2.x. So effectively everyone is using CSS2.1. (Some people make use of some browser-specific and CSS3 features as well.)

If you really want to know how they differ, read the specs:
http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/
http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS1/
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Not possible as of now..
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