Forum:Formatting: Background Image

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I hope that helped. --{{User:Invincibleflamegruemaster/sig3}} <font color="blue">02</font> <font color="indigo">19</font>, <font color="violet">14:31, 2010</font>
 
I hope that helped. --{{User:Invincibleflamegruemaster/sig3}} <font color="blue">02</font> <font color="indigo">19</font>, <font color="violet">14:31, 2010</font>
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:Thanks! After a bunch of screwing around I think I have the basic code to use a wiki based image for a background in a box [[User:DrStrange/Extreme|here]] - Just a non-content formatting example page. I swiped a huge background for a TV show's website and plan to goof with it.--{{User:DrStrange/sig}} 11:11, February 20, 2010 (UTC)

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I've got an article idea and I'd love to be able to use a large image for the background while throwing text and "stuff" on top of it. I just need a basic (if there's such a thing) code for doing this. All my attempts at pirating other examples have failed so far. Help! --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  16:58, February 18, 2010 (UTC)

Maybe this css trick will help you:
background-image:url(*The url of the image you want*) 0px 0px no-repeat

I hope that helped. --InvincibleFlameGrueMaster 02 19, 14:31, 2010

Thanks! After a bunch of screwing around I think I have the basic code to use a wiki based image for a background in a box here - Just a non-content formatting example page. I swiped a huge background for a TV show's website and plan to goof with it.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  11:11, February 20, 2010 (UTC)
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