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It is a pretty complex css so I understand if you can't.

I'm a bit confused what you are doing? Every thread you post is related to CSS but have you actually try to modify the code first?

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All you do is give the img tags a dimension... go to w3schools.com and they will show you how to use the <img> effects/usages...

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@LastMitch, First of all this account is not just mine its mine and two of my friends that are in a class together, and yes I do try, in this instance, I can't change the size of the images because in the CSS it is under background-image. And the background-size tag doesn't work.
@Michael, There are no img tags, I am not that clueless :)

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I figured it out though, I have to declare it an inline-block and then I can change the height and width

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