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TheBucsFan TheChiefsFan Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 1378 days Last activity: 1378 days # 1 Posted on 2.1.02 0908.44 How do I get this: To not repeat itself? I want the picture there once only. (edited by TheBucsFan on 02.01.02 0714) (edited by TheBucsFan on 02.01.02 0715) Promote this thread!
DrOp Frankfurter Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 3541 days Last activity: 2408 days # 2 Posted on 2.1.02 0910.14 Y'know, Bucs--I tried that same exact thing with my Jericho pic using Guru's code and got the same and thought--UGH. Answer--I dunno, but let me know as soon as you find out. I only know that I can change; everything else just stays the same.
joecollins Chorizo Since: 2.1.02 From: Lititz, PA Since last post: 4982 days Last activity: 4982 days # 3 Posted on 2.1.02 0912.49 It's the size of your graphic, I think. If you double the width of it, it will only appear once, but it might look pixalated). I'd suggest not using a photo for a background, it just looks to busy to me. http://www.joecollins.net/
Mike Sweetser Boerewors Since: 2.1.02 From: Seattle, Washington Since last post: 4390 days Last activity: 4282 days # 4 Posted on 2.1.02 1235.01
I think there's a way to use CSS or somethin', or maybe some HTML, to make it not repeat. I'll look through my HTML books. RADIO EDIT: Found it. Instead of:
<table background=URL width=100% height=231><td>
<table bgcolor="BACKGROUNDCOLOR" width=100% height=231><td STYLE="background: url(IMAGEURL) no-repeat" valign="top">
Replace BACKGROUNDCOLOR with what background color you want to show after the image stops repeating, and replace IMAGEURL with the URL to your image. END EDIT Regarding photos, do what I did with the Taker background (and what Guru's apparently done with his Big Show background) - desaturate the photo and decrease the brightness and contrast. Mike (edited by Mike Sweetser on 2.1.02 1059)
joecollins Chorizo Since: 2.1.02 From: Lititz, PA Since last post: 4982 days Last activity: 4982 days # 5 Posted on 3.1.02 2001.23
Man, I used to be an HTML guru, I even read about the norepeat command and I forgot aobut it. I really need to dust up on my skillz. And Mike, yes, I totally that if you're going to use a photo, taking it in Photoshop and softening the image helps. Making it black and white helps even more. -Joe http://www.joecollins.net/
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