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  1. Hi everyone, I'm a complete newb to this, so I feel questions are a great way to get my feet wet, here we go. I am using a Laravel Website. It's very bland looking. There is a CSS section, and I will provide a screenshot...but I have no idea what should be entered....do i need to create CSS files, or...honestly i'm, clueless. But it would mean the world to me if you fine folks could not only help me, but point me to the correct resource to begin my learning adventure. Biggest thanks in advance Carson
  2. rgrisham

    Background CSS3

    html { background: url(img_flower.jpg) no-repeat center center fixed; background-size: cover;} I've put the above CSS3 in stylesheet and into the html doc directly on my laptop, which was displaying the img background using CSS, but I could not get a background using CSS3. I am running Windows 10. Is there a setting on the computer or a limit to an image? I was a jpg img. In addition, I used this same code on another computer and it worked perfectly. Different image and doc, but I've checked it thoroughly for errors in script, but haven't noticed any obvious difference. Anyw
  3. For my site i am trying to create a texture background that has 2 layers beneath it so that the texture layers looks as it is floating. I created a png file in Photoshop but that's not want i want because its a fixed size and doesn't contract or expand with my content. Below is my png file so u will see the effect i am going for. I tried creating 3 background images all 40px png files created a div #apDiv1 { position: absolute; left: 208px; top: 29px; width: 477px; height: 437px; z-index: 1; background-position: 150px 25px, 155px 29px, 161px 33px; background-rep
  4. I have an image on my home page.However, I want a different background image for my jump pages (each page, different image). I thought if I could put the image in the background of the table I'm using inside a <div> (#maincontent), that would solve the problem. Can this be done in css or html? Thanks.
  5. Blake

    Backgrounds

    Hello, I wasn't sure if I should post this under CSS, HTML, or whatever so I ended up in the general topics. I am relatively new to we development. I had page that the back ground is an image of a color to goes light at the top to a darker shade at the bottom (gradient). So normally to save load time I assume you would just apply the color via CSS so it doesn't have to load and actually image. Is it possible to use some sort of HTML, CSS, etc to apply a gradient to the solid color? Or do i just have to load the image. I hope this makes sense. I appreciate the help. Thanks
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