CSS Background always fill all available space


I’ve been trying to do this for absolutely forever – have a background image that always covers the screen, regardless of the size or orientation of the screen, and with no visible space. I finally found out how to do it using nothing but CSS applied to the body, so here it is! body { background-color:#444444; background: url("/public/img/imageName.png") no-repeat center center fixed;...

CSS set background transparency stop children inheriting


Its a really major problem, you want the background of one particular div or element to be semi-transparent, but if you set background-color:#ffffff; opacity:0.8; then the child elements (things inside the parent div you have set the transparency on) also have the same level of transparency. Thankfully with CSS 3 there is an easy fix for this that works in all major browsers: background-color:...



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