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Old 06 Nov 2008, 12:17
Danny_HR Danny_HR is offline
 
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Background replacing

Hello everyone.

Lately i have been thinking of changing the default background of the template i'm using.

Currently it's just a small dot image.

http://www.infinite-gamers.com/forum...te/misc/bg.gif

And i was thinking of making one bigger image to have as my background, something from the gaming world since my site is a gaming community.

But the problem comes with the image aligment.

When i make a new image and replace my current one, that new image is tiled if the sceen is bigger than the image.

And it is aligned top left.

I hope you understood right.

What i would like to do is make that new image aligned in the top center. But i do not know where to look for this setting. I have went trough everything that i know of. But my knowledge of CSS and PHP aint so big.

Also i would like the image to be wider than what you can see on the regular monitor, so that it looks ok even on wide screens.

Any help with aligment would be great.

Ask if you want any more info.

You can see my site here:
www.infinite-gamers.com
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Old 06 Nov 2008, 16:22
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You would change that in your Main CSS. In one of those classes, your background is defined and it is defined as being tiled, aligned top. See this for help - http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_background.asp
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Old 06 Nov 2008, 16:47
Danny_HR Danny_HR is offline
 
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Yes i have found it just minutes before you posted.

Thank you anyways.

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