Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Manipulating the direction of background images, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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So what we're going to talk about in this video is…one of the fun things you do with background images. As we saw in the previous video, you can associate…an image with the background, so that it is repeated throughout that entire background, but that's not the end of it, you can actually affect how…the images repeated. It doesn't just have to be sort of mindlessly tiled and fill in the entire background. As an example,…here's where we were at the end of the, of the previous video. We can with probably background- repeat…say let's repeat along the x-axis, which is the horizontal axis. If we do that and hit Reload, there we go, the image is repeated horizontally,…along that which is to say along the x-axis, and now, the rest of the background…where the image isn't being repeated, we can see the background color again, we can see the 85%, 85%, 85% gray.…
So in the top left corner the image is repeating horizontally.…You can also have it repeat vertically,…and that's as simple as just saying repeat-y.…
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