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    Basic advice on creating a background for a webpage. The proper size and etc.

    Let me start by saying this is my first project using either Dreamweaver or Photoshop.

    I want to create a background for a website which two gradients on top of each other.
    I guess my questions for the moment are, how can I ensure that the background I create will fill the page of most web browsers?

    What size canvas is should I be using in Photoshop to ensure that I am able to do a good job?

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    Re: Basic advice on creating a background for a webpage. The proper size and etc.

    you can try the j-query bg re sizer http://johnpatrickgiven.com/jquery/background-resize/

    good luck!

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    Re: Basic advice on creating a background for a webpage. The proper size and etc.

    thanks will do

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    Re: Basic advice on creating a background for a webpage. The proper size and etc.

    yes this is good bg resize I used this too in some of my web design projects

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    Re: Basic advice on creating a background for a webpage. The proper size and etc.

    Thanks, I will keep that in mind.

 

 

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