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    The image is in the right folder and has the correct path. My question is, the image is 100px high, but the container is 30px high, which cuts out the entire image. So basically I see blue rectangular boxes with rounded corners. Is that what you're going for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe, post: 207920
    If the css is in a /css folder, and you use "img/bbg.png", the browser will look for the image in /css/img/bbg.png. Try using this: ../img/bbg.png
    Ah... that fixed it. Thanks!!
    But I just realized my troubleshooting was screwed up, because the image in that position looks almost identical to the color I had. Sorry AlphaMare, the direct links probably fixed it too, but I just didn't realize it.:banghead:
    How to I make the whole image fit into the div(as a bg), since the image is 100px tall, and the div is 30px?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aeroweb99, post: 207922
    The image is in the right folder and has the correct path. My question is, the image is 100px high, but the container is 30px high, which cuts out the entire image. So basically I see blue rectangular boxes with rounded corners. Is that what you're going for?
    Nope You posted at the same time as me, so the answer's in my post above.
    Good job noticing what I didn't for 2 hours though...
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