1. Post #1

    December 2011
    37 Posts
    Hello, I tried this before, but I didn't end up looking at it for a while, due to nobody posting in it for a bit. I tried the following code:
    div
    {
    webkit-background:url(YOUR_PICTURE_URL_GOES_H.ERE);
    webkit-background-size:100% 100%;
    }
    Obviously with the image url in it.
    But when I open it, it just shows the code. I only want this cause some people have smaller screens, and sometimes parts get cut out, that are important, like the website's address. I'd appreciate a hand, please.
    Thanks.

  2. Post #2
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    bcool14's Avatar
    December 2008
    117 Posts
    If you just want a background image, edit your loading page to this, http://pastebin.com/H9eFNZXQ
    and add a file in the same folder called style.css, with this inside of it: http://pastebin.com/as3hGHLC

    Edit where style.css has background-image:url to your image.

  3. Post #3

    December 2011
    37 Posts
    All right, and one file would simply point to the other? And I put the css on my thing too?

  4. Post #4
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    bcool14's Avatar
    December 2008
    117 Posts
    Yes, it should point to it, yes upload the css file to the same directory as your loading page.

  5. Post #5

    December 2011
    37 Posts
    All right, it filled my whole screen. :D My only concern is that somebody who visits will see like four of the same image, or something. Also that my image is already screen sized. I may try to resize it.

  6. Post #6
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    bcool14's Avatar
    December 2008
    117 Posts
    I should automatically resize to every persons resolution that opens it. If you have a different resolution from 1920x1080, you can link me and I'll see.

  7. Post #7

    December 2011
    37 Posts
    Uh, mine is 1680 X 1050.

    goto http://abigmodserver.com/loadingalkd...42h423ju42.htm

    Tried with a bigger picture, and it ended up not resizing to fit my computer.