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    Junior Member jasonlee's Avatar
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    I have seen horizontal lines, typically alternating (for example black and white) that fill cell space on an html page when the browser window is expanded beyond the scope of the main table (say at 760px). See example in top corners on http://www.capcitylowriders.com

    What is the best way to make these? I've tried to reverse-engineer it and thought it might be in the style sheet, but I couldn't figure it out. I suppose you could use a 1px wide graphic of alternating dots and just stretch it, but it would seem there is a better way that would be more universal...

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    Senior Member sarab's Avatar
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    Couldn't you use an image background in a table, with the banner or whatever other image on top of it?

    (And if the answer's 'no', sorry for wasting your time).
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    Member benbun's Avatar
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    The site in question uses a background image.

    see http://www.capcitylowriders.com/images/background.gif


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