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  1. #1
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    Is it possible to have a single CSS govern multiple pages that all have different backgrounds ??
    I would like to not have to tag the background into the html if I can help it ...


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    No you can't do that with CSS, but you can do it with PHP.

    If you are able to use PHP scripting in your web page, it can determine
    which background to place.

    You can change the extensions of your .html to .php ... or ...
    specify that all pages are treated as PHP by using .htaccess or your webhost settings.

    The PHP script would look at your URL and pick out the background
    based on which URL it is displaying. You would have one PHP script
    that controls the backgrounds for all of your pages.

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