Background image photo to fit browser screen
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Background image photo to fit browser screenI am trying to put a 3000x2000 photograph as my background and I want it to fit the browser screen.
Right now I simply have this as my background line: <body background="background1.jpg">
It shows only the upper left hand corner of the image in my screen because it is not resizing to fit the browser. Any suggestions as to what I can do to fix this? Thank you.
Re: Background image photo to fit browser screenhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YlGJVqepLA
This video described it perfectly.
Re: Background image photo to fit browser screenA large image means a large file size. So your page speed will be effected if you use it with resizing by the browser. So it would be better to resize it with any image editor like photoshop to fit it with your screen. But if there is a no other way but to resize your background image then you can use css3 background size property. The rule will be as follows
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background: url('images/image_1.jpg') no-repeat scroll;
background-size: 100% 100%;
You can edit your background size in px or % to fit your need.
For more info you can visit this page
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Re: Background image photo to fit browser screenWould it help if you just resized the image to fit the browser?
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