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Repeating bottom part of background image for a page

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I have a background image that's a gradient (lighter at the top that transitions to a darker checkered pattern at the bottom) and I want to repeat the darker section of the background image for as long as the page is.  What is the best way to go about this?  Thanks for any help.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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As long as it is a solid color at the bottom, I usually make the background color the same as the part at the bottom.
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With the checkered pattern you may have to just make a very tall background image.  I think one of my sites has one that is 2500px tall.
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background: #000 url(/path/to/bg-image.png) repeat-x left top;

Where #000 is the bottom most color of the gradient.
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Since you have a pattern, a solid color is not what you are looking for. Create a container div with 100% width and background set to the full height of the gradient with repeat-x. Then just set the background of the body to the full color pattern.
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