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Changing Background of Header to Image In CSS


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Hi People.

 

I have an image uploaded into my images folder which I want to put as the background on the header.

 

Please can someone explain what I need to do to the style sheet or php file to get the changes that I need.

 

It's a whole image to fit right across the screen. It needs to be behind the two header files I currently have.

 

Regards

Vince Gledhill

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Hi People.

 

I have an image uploaded into my images folder which I want to put as the background on the header.

 

Please can someone explain what I need to do to the style sheet or php file to get the changes that I need.

 

It's a whole image to fit right across the screen. It needs to be behind the two header files I currently have.

 

Regards

Vince Gledhill

I believe you will want it something like this, modify to make it work for where your image is

TR.header {
 background-image:  url(http://www.wherever_your_image_is.com/images.gif);

<y stylesheet is probably different than yours. But by this example you should be able to make it work, it is simple code really, hope this helps! :thumbsup:

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I believe you will want it something like this, modify to make it work for where your image is
TR.header {
 background-image:  url(http://www.wherever_your_image_is.com/images.gif);

<y stylesheet is probably different than yours. But by this example you should be able to make it work, it is simple code really, hope this helps! :thumbsup:

 

Thanks for that mate.

 

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