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Creating Scalable Full-Page Backgrounds in CSS3

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In this tutorial viewers will learn how add a full-size background image to a webpage using CSS3.

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1. Create a new HTML document with an internal stylesheet.

2. In CSS, define the html element to have a background image. Use a high resolution image.

3. In the same background property specify it as no-repeat, centered, and fixed.

4. Define the background-size property (unique to CSS3) as "cover".

5. Redefine the background-size property with prefixes of -webkit-, -moz-, and -o- for browser compatibility.

6. Create a div and name it Content. Set its width as 40%, height as 100%, position to absolute, and left to 25%. Define its background color as white.

7. In the HTML type the tag for the Content div.

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