Msg#: 4215846 posted 7:52 pm on Oct 12, 2010 (gmt 0)
I know that this must be a stupid question, but I've been away from CSS for so long that I can't seem to figure this out. I want an image to be my background and fit to the size of the screen, whatever it may be. The problem is that the image appears to be too big as I have to scroll across and down to view it. I know that I could use an image editor and manually rescale the image, but if someone used a bigger/smaller screen than I have, they would experience the same problem. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Msg#: 4215846 posted 2:44 pm on Oct 13, 2010 (gmt 0)
Thanks for all of the replies. I actually figured something out late last night. Major_payne, I can't wait for CSS3 to become the standard, its going to be awesome! And Sanji41, I saw this and many other tutorials that use essentially the same method, however I was still running into a resize problem on different size screens. Here is what I found(its all about the containing "div" ): HTML---
<body> <div id="bg_img"> <img src="images/grass_ball8.jpg" /> </div><!--end div "bg_img"--> </body>