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MY CSS in my asp.net master page does not work

Posted on 2013-05-25
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The CSS for a Div that I made have a background image appears to not work.  I know there is a simple solution, but I am at a loss for why this is not working.  Can anybody help?  Thanks!  Here is my div and css included.

 <div id="headmenu" class="headmenumasterstyle">                    
 </div>

and my css
.headmenumasterstyle
{
    clear:both;
    background:url(/Images/carbonfiberresized.jpg);
    height:100px;      
    width:1600px;

}

So why is it that I cannot see the image when I test the page?  Thanks!
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Ishaan Rawat earned 500 total points
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There might be many problems...

May be your path to the image  is wrong...
or may be the image does not exist...

please provide us a live URL so that we can look whats going wrong...
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