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- Resizing within css
- Paul F. Johnson
October 27, 2003, 4:27 pm
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I have a bit of css which looks like this...
url("http://ahnews.music.salford.ac.uk/rn2/backdrop.png") no-repeat scroll -30%
border: #443b2c 1px solid;
Having played around with the stylesheet so that my 100 x 100px backdrop
is automagically resized to fill everything under the banner, I find that
I can't. I can fiddle with the positioning by altering the -30% 30% (0 20%
was fine IIRC), but I am unable to scale the image correctly.
Can it be done so that irrespective the size of the screen, the backdrop
is scaled correctly?
I have tried url("http://ahnews.music.salford.ac.uk/rn2/backdrop.png"
width="680" height="495") and removing the % figures, and yep, it
completely failed to work!
Any help would be appreciated. For the full effect...
Re: Resizing within css
scroll -30% 30%;
Ooer, I hope this is just testing CSS, you know, just stuff you are fiddling
Background images cannot be scaled or changed in size in any way.
Hmmm. Hideously small text and when I make it larger the design falls