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    I am working on a site. The site is a fixed layout. The main background is 1020px wide. I have a 19 inch wide screen. So on both right and left sides, there are about 1 inch white bars from the background of the browser. I can’t decide how to handle the problem. Right now, I just made the background black but it looks hideous. This is not a good fix. What do you recommend for this issue? The red is part is a wall paper. So you can see the black radial gradient which makes this background a fixed background. So what do you think I should do with the leftover on the right and left. Visible is the left side.



    Try centering the image to the top center and make it repeat-x. It shouldn’t look pretty good. If you dont want to do that. you could take a vertical slice of the side. and attach that to the html background and repeat-x and have your big background exactly like how u have it on the body. Does that make sense to you?

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