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How do i make a background image repeat:x without whitespace in between the tiling of the images?

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How do i make a background image repeat:x without whitespace in between the tiling of the images?  there is no white in the image.. Dunno if I have to do some photo editing or not?
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by:SANDY_SK
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Have you tried adding

   width: auto;  
   padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px;  

to that css class
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Kim Walker earned 500 total points
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Can you post the image? I bet there's white space around the edge that hard to see.
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by:cbrune
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here is the image..
imfHeader.jpg
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by:cbrune
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i notice there is some white space at the top and bottom, i need to remove that.. I dont have photoshop so I guess I should download something else. any recommendations?
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by:cbrune
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does anyone have any suggestions?
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by:Kim Walker
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I use photoshop. You've changed the context of the question. You should probably create a new question in order to get other experts' attention.
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by:cbrune
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is there something wrong with my image?
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by:Kim Walker
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According to your own comment above, your image has built in white space. Now you're asking for recommendations regarding downloading something, I'm not sure what you want to download but this has nothing to do with the title of this thread which is about repeat-x. If you want other experts to offer recommendations, you need to start a new question  with an appropriate title.
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