Lets say you have a site that is 960 width and 800 height. You want to set a gradient background image. The image is only 800px in height. So if the site should become more than that by adding future content, how to you handle the repeating background with a gradient so that it looks good? I see this done on themeforest.net. the top part of the page has a white to gray color gradient. but the image isn’t that big. So it looks like there is a background color as well. So what is a good technique for this?
Yea, I hear you. I hate when a client calls and asks about a site that’s been done for 6 months. So much has happened since then, I practically forget the domain name… okay not really, but you get the idea.
I am in school right now for web design. going for an assoctiates degree. I have been doing so much homework on how the internet works, php, and databases in access, that my coding is getting sloppy and I am forgetting things I tought myself months ago from living on this site.
it’s coming back though. I just got to keep myself busy coding sites so that I don’t forget.
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