Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying background images, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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So, so far we've been in this chapter, we've been talking about color and how to add color to the foreground or the background.…Now it's time to do something a little more interesting with backgrounds and that's add images,…or an image, as the case may be and add one image per background, although you can add images,…you can have as many different backgrounds as you like have images in them. So, what we're going to do in this video is just take an image…and apply it to the background of an element using CSS. Now, if you look here, what you see is…sort of a basic version of our Javaco design,…and what I've done in the content area is…I've given it sort of a light gray background, so everything underneath the masthead and…that little white separator between the masthead and the rest of it, we have this light gray background, and that's the…area to which I'm going to add an image. So you can see, here's the style, the CSS setup, to give …element with an ID of content this background color, and now I'm going to add a background image and the way this works is you actually…
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