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helen stunell

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  1. sorry - what I meant was that the page I have designed fits my computer screen fine but when i open it on a computer with a bigger screen the background etc doesn't fill the whole screen. does that make more sense?
  2. I've defined the width of the elements to 100% but when I open the page on a screen bigger than the screen I have it doesn't stretch to fit the screen. Is there anything else I can do?
  3. does anyone know how I can make a webpage autostretch to fit any screen size?
  4. yeah tried that its still not working! My css file is in the same folder as my html file so thats not the problem. I really don't understand why the only part of the code that doesn't work is the background color. The code for the header etc works fine.Strange as it may sound, if i open my html file in open office word it work perfectly, background colour and everything so it obviously works just not in a browser!
  5. http://www.w3schools.com/media/media_browservideos.asptry looking at this page it might help!
  6. This is as far as i have got. If I'm doing something wrong please tell me. I'm pretty sure its how it should be.thanx <html><head><link rel="stylesheet" style type="text/css" href="style.css" /></head><body><h1> </h1></body></html>
  7. I've tried it & it still won't work, my code looks exactly the same. ggggrrrrr!!!!
  8. I am creating a CSS for a website and I have used the following code:<head><style type="text/css"></head>body{background-color:yellow}h1 {background-color: transparent}h2 {background-color: transparent}p {background-color: rgb(250,0,255)}</style>all the code works apart from body{background-color: yellow} i can't understand why it won't work - its the same as the code W3c tells you to use. can anyone help?
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