Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Positioning backgrounds, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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As you just saw in the previous video,…you can not only place an image in the background of an…element, you can also affect the way it repeats, you can have it repeat horizontally, vertically or not repeat at all.…Now, what we're going to look at in this video, is how you can effect the placement of that image an…we're going to do that with our little no repeated image here, or nonrepeated image…up, in the upper left-hand quarter of the content.…Let's say a background position top. This is not the end of what we can do, but it's a good place to restart. We hit Reload,…the, tadaa! The image goes right into the center of the top of…the elements background. If you only have one keyword and this is a keyword top, then…it's assumed that the one that you didn't provide is center. So there are…five keywords in that position, there're top, bottom, right, left…and center. So I could say top center, and that would be exactly the same as just saying top, because if I don't…have that second keyword, then center is assumed. If I change this to say right, then the browser would assume…
Skill Level Intermediate
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8. Creating Tables
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10. Bringing It All Together
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