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want to repeat an image for width 650px

Posted on 2011-03-01
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style="background:url(divide.gif) repeat-x bottom;" width="650"


want to repeat an image for width 650px

I do not want to do this at the bottom of a table or div
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Question by:rgb192
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by:jrwarren
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By default a bacground is repeated in both the x and y directions.

   Why not create a div 650 width and set the background property on that?
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athomsfere earned 500 total points
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Where do you want it?

Just put it there,

body
{
style="background:url(divide.gif) repeat-x bottom;" width="650"
}

html
{
style="background:url(divide.gif) repeat-x bottom;" width="650"
}
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by:rgb192
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thanks
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