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Back shading on web page.

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by JonathanAnon, Jan 26, 2006.

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  1. JonathanAnon

    JonathanAnon Banned Thread Starter

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    What is the best way to have a back shade on the entire web page. Like a drop shadow on the whole page.

    I currently have the idea of drawing a large table of 780 pixels around the main page which is 760 pixels wide. This larger table would have a background with the shading on the side. And would also have a top and bottom shade image.

    Is there any better way of doing this? This seems like it is very messy.
     
  2. Rockn

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    A 1 pixel high image that is repeated down the page. Set it as the background attribute for your body tag.
     
  3. namenotfound

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    You can get a similar effect from a border. No image needed.

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