Give this plugin a try and see what you can do. I use it for rotating backgrounds and it displays fine across all browsers. I haven’t played with the settings recently, but I’m sure there is an option to use a single background image for all pages.
Thanks for the suggestion–always nice to find out about more plugins.
For this site, though, I really only wanted one background for all the pages, and didn’t need any of the extra plugin features. Am saving that for a future project–looks cool.
I wound up changing the format of the background image from a gif to a png. No clue why that worked, but it did. Now IE7, 8 and 9 display the background instead of ignoring the setting in the CSS file.
Thanks again for helping.
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