This works perfectly across all desktop browsers (I even have a fix in place for IE7 and IE8) but pesky little iOS does not want to play nice. Instead of using the *viewport* height it uses the `body` height which, especially on a site that has infinite scroll, can get very long. This results in a completely distorted and unrecognizable background image.
What that page is doing is stretching the background image the entire length/width of the document, not of the screen size. So imagine if you had a blog with infinite scroll, the image would stretch and get blurrier as you added new posts to the page.
Well, right now I’m essentially doing that except with an image.
I updated my 2nd comment as I’m now using *CSS-Only Technique #2* for iOS. The problem is that mobile Safari really doesn’t handle fixed elements very well. The issue comes into play when users zoom in/out of the page the `#bg` tries to resize itself.
I think it might just have to be something that I accept, I just don’t understand how nobody has a 100% working solution for it.