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Hi guys I needed some help... on my blog I decided to post a background so that it would look nice, but the problem is the background doesn't manage to stretch all the way down... anyone know how I can make it so the image manages to stretch all the way down. For example if you ever put a background image in Twitter it manages to stretch all the way down. Here is my blog: http://macminitech.com/

asked Jun 19 '11 at 15:27

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From the template design, click on the background tab. After you've uploaded your image, you can several options to the right had side of centering your image. From the Top Left, Top Center, Top Right, etc etc. Directly under those boxes is a block that says scroll with page. If you place a check that box your image will scroll with the page and have to be much larger. If you uncheck that box, your background image should fit your screen, and then your page will scroll and the background won't. That should help your problem a bit.

answered Jun 19 '11 at 17:14

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edited Jun 19 '11 at 17:17


YESS!! Thank you soo much! That did the trick! Thanks for all the other responses as well. :)

(Jun 19 '11 at 19:10) Mac1000x Mac1000x's gravatar image

You're welcome.

(Jun 19 '11 at 19:14) Sozo Sozo's gravatar image

Well the first thing I would try is resize the image to make it longer so it fits the page size adequately.

Also, nice blog :)

answered Jun 19 '11 at 15:37

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