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I know I could just make the top and bottom images 150px high, but I didn't think that was the best way to do it.
I know I could just make the top and bottom images 150px high, but I didn't think that was the best way to do it.Well, that's definitely the first answer that comes to mind. Can you explain what the problem is?
Keep in mind that you can set the starting point for a repeating image. So if it's important not to chop the 150px image in the middle, position it at the top rather than vertically centered.
To double-check: You're talking about alternating images, in stripes, right? Not layered backgrounds where you have a 150-px repeat sitting on top of a 1-px repeat?
Not sure what you mean by the second question. How big is the image? What's it a picture of? If it's meant to repeat, it should be made as small as possible: generally just one iteration each way.
If there's always going to be a whole lot of content, you don't need to agonize over the footer.
I have plenty of content and the footer still appears about 20px below the header.
...sounds as if it's simply being planted in the wrong place. Or it's overconstrained.
Does it cover the page content, or does it interrupt it? Apart from being in the wrong place, does it otherwise look as intended? ("Apart from that, Mrs Lincoln...")
Better post the footer css. And the relevant part of the html that calls it.
...some connection between the header color in the navigation...;)