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Problem with Background image scaling in iPad

Posted on 2011-02-14
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I have a problem where if my website is viewed in iPad, the background image is scaled to only half of the page instead of the whole page. Has anyone run into this and solved it? Thanks
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Question by:mrroy69
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Could you please provide a link?
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Strange but it looks fine to me.
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Yes...I just added this, and it works: background-size:940px;width: 100%;top: 0;left: 0;right: 0;
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Thanks for your quick response
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You are welcome.
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by:ThankDog
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Hi...I have the same problem with my website...I've been searching everywhere and finally joined Expert Exchange and here you are. I see the code you posted, but where did you put it?  

My website is www.thankdogbootcamp.com and if you look on the ipad, the urban camo background is only on one side of the page and it makes me crazy!!

Thanks for any help!!!
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