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  1. #1
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    Hi guys,
    Now one I've talked to so far has been able to answer this for me but hopefully someone here can. i'm using macromedia dreamworks to create a new site which I plan to be one picture created in macromedia fireworks. My problem is that as a background image it doesn't resize when the screen resolution changes, as well when I use it just as a picture on the web page even though its large enough to fit the whole page there is still a white line around the image.
    So I was wondering if anyone here knows how to use a single image as their entire web site?
    Thanks for your help,
    PS: Please don't post to say you discourge me from doing this unless you know it cant be done... I've already created the site which took me a loooong time lol and the prospect of redoing it doesn't make me too happy lol.


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    WDF Staff mlseim's Avatar
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    This is all I could think of:

    View the demonstration link.

    Instead of resizing using the mouse, you might be able to
    edit the script to resize using the boundaries of the browser.

    It of course distorts the image.


    But your question is about a background images ...

    Whether using CSS or Table background images,
    I don't think you can adjust it on-the-fly.

    The image gets loaded once when the page loads.

    But this is a variation to that ... Look at this page
    and make your browser window smaller ... the
    stationary background appears to resize, but it's
    really just staying centered (not resizing).


    Here are some related ideas ....


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    Junior Member Remidica's Avatar
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    Have you tried putting the image in a table that expands (percent wise) with the screen?

    Like putting the image inside a table, the setting the width to 100% which should expand with the resolution, but will distort your image alot.

    Goodluck with your project!
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