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Speicifying a background-image in CSS

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39218 Dec 30,2005 10:42 AM Jan 2,2006 02:17 AM Windows Forms 1
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Peter Chestna
Asked On December 30, 2005 10:42 AM

I cannot seem to correctly specify background-image in my .css file. The css I am using works correctly in IE and Netscape, but the HTMLUI control won''t accept it.

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Replied On January 2, 2006 02:17 AM

Hi Pete, Please refer the CSS snippet shown below. This contains a background image specification for the div tag through CSS. Please verify that the CSS you are using contains the value for the background image in the following syntax: background-image: url(fileName) [CSS] div{ background-image: url(files/paleeast.gif)} The sample attached below loads an HTML file with background image specified for the div and body elements. Please let me know if this helps. Thank you for your interest in Syncfusion products. Regards, Nanda Cssformats_3210.zip

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