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  • Background for webpages showing as small lines, etc. How-to?

    Many of the website are now using a background which looks like 1 pixel small lines.
    I have tried to replicate this in many ways, but can't seem to get it right.
    I have made the image in a larger version and then reduced it down to 1x1 picels, but that only blends everything together.
    Does anyone know the trick for this.
    I have attached a sample of what I'm talking about.
    Please help!
    Thanks. [img]/emoticons/frusty.gif[/img]

  • #2
    1x1? man that's too small. all that'll do is show a solid background the color of the line. try creating a block that's 5x5. keep in mind that the backgrounds tile, so make sure the lines line up. that should work.
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