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Hi there,

I would like to add nice background into my blog page unfortunately I’m not web design nor savvy about web stuff.

The blog I use is very standard so by me adding my own background I can even publicise daniweb on it.

Please can you throw some suggestion I don’t really want those background from the web. Thanks

:-/

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I think this question is pretty much impossible to answer without a link to your website. Assuming you are just going to use a image as your background, this is also something that HTML or CSS are going to be unable to help you with. It might be a good idea to ask the graphics forum about designs. A lot of the time, simple colours work fine as a background.

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White text on a black background, is a definite no no.

And background images or "watermarks" is so yesterday. (distracting more than anything else)

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I don't really see why you would want to change the way your blog looks. White text on black backgroung... well I actually don't mind it. I do agree however that an image background will be distracting more than "nice". In my opinion that web site looks good (maybe change the reply box appearance if anything).

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>White text on black backgroung... well I actually don't mind it.

You may have a point

But others would say

Now some wallpapers, can be executed if the design is simple and not distracting.

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White text on a black background, is a definite no no.

And background images or "watermarks" is so yesterday. (distracting more than anything else)

Mind you how do I add this images you have posted though? Can clarify a bit mate. Sorry if I sound so stupid. Cheers

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<style>
.bgim {background-image: url(myimage.jpg);}
</style>

....

<div class="bgim">
stuff inside
</div>

Use background-repeat to tell the browser whether or not to use repetition, background-position to adjust it.

You can use any box object in place of the div.

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Be aware that browsers let their owners keep you from changing the color of links. Your black background could hide links.

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