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Old 09-21-2008, 04:09 PM
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Hello again,

I'm currently re-designing my forum, and I'm trying to make the look more appealing to users, and I'm attempting to try something, although I'm not sure if it's possible.

Here's a screenshot of my forum, as of now :


I'm wondering if it's possible to fill the grey areas with the background image itself? Sorry, I'm not good at describing it, but basically to get the background image in place of the grey areas. Is that possible, and if so, what part of the CSS do I edit in order to do it?

Thanks for any help, I truely appreciate it.
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