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Evan's avatar

Is there a simple reason why my bg image won't appear?

Asked by Evan (810points) May 24th, 2010

So I’m trying to create some rounded corners at the bottom of a table on my site, and I’m trying to do so by setting a background image for the master table, using CSS.

The site is this:

Is there a simple reason why this isn’t working, or should I just keep banging my head against the wall?

Also for the record, I’m definitely only an amateur website builder, so thanks for any help!

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frdelrosario's avatar

Sharing the code would help.

Never mind. Looking at the source. Hm.

I’m sorry. I don’t know.

XOIIO's avatar

Maybe the size is too small?

IDK, Just a guess.

Evan's avatar

Well for now I’ve just created a table at the bottom, and set the image as a bg_image the old school way.. but it just didn’t make any sense to me why the CSS wasn’t working…

drClaw's avatar

One quick note, the color of the bottom_corners.png you’re using is slightly off. Your background is #003300, but your bottom_corners.png is #003000.

jpwilson25's avatar

I may be a little late to this party but using the web developer extension for Firefox, I was able to set a background via CSS and it seemed to work just fine. Try dropping the table with the bgimage and setting the master table’s style to something like this:

padding-bottom: 47px; background: #d9ffa7 url(images/bottom_corners.png) no-repeat center bottom;

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