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  1. #1
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    This is giving me a real problem. I'm fairly sure there isn't a perfect solution but here's the issue:
    I have a background image tiled, it's around 250 x 250 pixels, and it's of black and blue clouds.
    The content of the page is displayed in a table, centered and fixed width. The top of this table uses essentially the same image as the background, though only around 120 pixels high.
    My problem is the obvious line where the foreground tiled image overlaps the background tile. Resizing the page means this line falls in different places and is posing a problem.
    Are there any neat tricks to solving this one?


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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    Make the background the background of some container that holds the table and make the table cells transparent (don't specify a background).
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