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- Style problem...
September 23, 2007, 5:24 pm
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I always wanted to know how to make cool things like transparency bg
colors for tables and stuff,
But more important - how can I take a picture in any size, and put it
as background in the size of the user's screen (that doesn't change if
the window is smaller)...
I saw all those things on http://thevistaforums.com /, and I couldn't
understand how they did it... I think it was using JS...
Can someone please help me?
- Jukka K. Korpela
September 23, 2007, 6:53 pm
Re: Style problem...
Please don't use the "iso-8859-8-i" encoding in international newsgroups. It
helps nothing, and it confuses some newsreaders into thinking they need to
download Hebrew support, or something.
But dared to ask? Fine.
Simple. You cannot. (But you can do some damage in trying to do it. So just
They don't. They probably have just a huge background image, wasting
bandwidth - not resized, but of course so that you only see the part that
fits into your browser window. Thanks for the heads-up.
Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")
Re: Style problem...
I'm sorry if I used "iso-8859-8-i" encoding, but I don't think I did,
and if so, I don't know how to change it, mine is "Unicode (UTF-8)"
and it looks the same to what you are using.
In the vista forums I saw that there are transparencies BG's for
tables, and if you didn't, check. If I scroll down, the background
image moves too, so I can see that throw the transparency colors the
The image size is huge (1600X1200) but I saw that it doesn't seem to
change when I'm changing the resolution, and I don't see it in the
I saw that they have a lot of JS's, and one of that seemed to have
something with the BG image, but I wasn't sure.
I wanted to know if there might be something with no JS to do it, but
if not, I assume that a lot of people, who use html a lot, use JS
because it's very helpful in html.
I will ask in JS group too and see if they can help me.