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Posted on 2009-07-06
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I've set the document background in an .aspx page, however I want the page background only to be a specific width... how can I do that?? as of right now the background always fills the whole browser page..
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can you post your code so that we can help you with that piece of code.
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by:ddayx10
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Have to set the <body> width. Your reference to setting "document background" makes me think JavaScript is in play here, but ??

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<body style="background-image(url(someimage.gif)); width:760px; margin:0px auto;">

JavaScript:
document.body.style.width = '760px';
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Rahul Goel ITIL earned 500 total points
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Create a Div tag
<div width="600" style="background-image(url(someimage.gif))">
</div>
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by:kuntilanak
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the site is only a page so I am not using any .css file.
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you dont have to use a external Css file. You can have it one page and you can use any of the above mentioned methods to suit your need.
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