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    Hey,

    I recently uploaded my new site and made some really good looking graphics that fit into the site perfectly! it all looks wonderful but when viewed in another resolution other than 1024x768 is looks really messed up and begins to tile even tho the images are watermarked.

    Can anyone please help me with this! I have a script that will load a certain bg according to your screen resolution but I have frames on my site so I have NO idea what the new dimensions for the images are supposed to be. Is there some sort of script that will stretch the backgrounds according to how large or small your resolution is? Because when the image is tiled it looks really ****.

    Here is the site's link

    http://www.hostultra.com/~HybridGaming

    Please any help will be appreciate, thank you

    Lindsay Jones

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    I think in IE you can have your background centered. I'm not sure there's a way that will stretch your background according to the viewer's resolution, at least none that I know of. Tables would work great for this but since you're running frames....
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    I'm also getting a ton of popups, you should seriously consider getting a cheap domain name and cheap (but not bad) host.
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    you can use a table here and have the background set to the current background image and maybe have the background of the page a similar brown colour.
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    Put this somewhere in a CSS style sheet:

    BODY {
    background: colour URL(URL of your graphic) no-repeat center center fixed;
    }

    This will center the background horizontally and vertically on your screen and keep it there even when the user scrolls.
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    Originally posted by TheGAME1264
    Put this somewhere in a CSS style sheet:

    BODY {
    background: colour URL(URL of your graphic) no-repeat center center fixed;
    }

    This will center the background horizontally and vertically on your screen and keep it there even when the user scrolls.
    this doesn't work on nescape navigator 4 does it?
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    Not a lot of CSS does but NS4 is now an incredibly small percentage that you shouldn't have to worry about it.
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    I stopped checking for backwards compatibility on NS4 myself because as filburt said, the percentage is so small of site visitors that I see (generally between 0.5-1% is what I personally find). Why design stuff for 1/100 of the market?
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