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April 12, 2008 at 10:39 am #22563
Im trying to mimc the effect that Chris went through in his latest screencast. The problem im having is that i have a gradient background so that when i try and use the main-content background image as a repeat im getting a nasty effect. So instead i tried just using the background as the complete section that i intend on having the main content area, but still getting a nasty effect.
What i really want is to be able to take a small section of the background image for the main content area and then repeat that in y so that no matter how much text is within the are the background will just repeat but respecting the gradient background. I also tried a png but got bad tiling effect.
Anyways enough rambling here is the link to the test page:
the style.css is http://www.encorenails.com/encore/style.css
Any help at all will be wicked
ThanksApril 12, 2008 at 12:53 pm #46939
Nice one Chris, ill try the png method for this. I should still be able to repeat the png without any trouble right? and then switch back to a jpg to close off the content are?
BennApril 12, 2008 at 1:02 pm #46940
Just done what you suggested about using a png for the repeating image, but again the tiling is very weird, instead of being a seamless image its tiling and looks nasty
please visit the below site for an example:April 13, 2008 at 12:14 pm #46957
Hey cheers for the replies.
I managed to tweek a few areas. I added a margin: -1px; to the main-content area to line it up with the header and footer links.
The issue im having now is that i can not get the nav-on image to work. You know, if you’ve seen it yet, Chris’s new screencast where he shows how he made the links using sprites, exactly what he has on this site.
Well i can not get my ‘on’ image to show i only get the ‘off’ and ‘rollover’ images to be working where as when the link is clicked i would like it to turn to the ‘on’ image.
Hope this all made sense, anyways here is the link to the site:
BennNovember 24, 2010 at 2:04 pm #72337tsawMember
I also have a site that I am doing the vertical drop shadow on the outside of the content area that will be expanding taller as the content changes…
The graphics designer placed the drop shadow over the background image and the client wants to keep changing out the background at various times…
So I had thought about trying to use the .png solution for the drop shadow… and the client said to not worry about users that are still using IE6…
My question is – :
1. Is that still the best way to accomplish this given the facts mentioned above…
2. Is there any other browser that might have a problem doing it this way?
Thanks so much!
TimNovember 28, 2010 at 2:17 pm #71955soapParticipant
1. I believe that pngs are the best way to accomplish this and no, you don’t need to worry about IE 6 users if you use the png fix, which is very simple.
2. Maybe some ancient browser? I wouldn’t worry about it.November 28, 2010 at 2:18 pm #71956
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