Hey, I searched through about 9 pages, but I didn’t find the right answer to my question. I’m trying to stretch my background image in the custom CSS area of Graphene Options>Display. I saw another post where you mentioned the correct code, I just need to know exactly where to put it. When I viewed my source code, I found this: <div id=”header” style=”background-image:url(http://allaboutmestore.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/itsallaboutmesitehomebannerpink1.png);”>
located in <div id=”container” class=”container_16″>
That’s not exactly how I’m used to seeing codes. Am I totally off? Please tell me where to put the code. This is the last task I have to complete before I consider this job complete. The site is http://allaboutmestore.com/ for reference. You can probably see why I want to do this just by looking at the site. The background image appears different even as you browse from page to page. Thanks!
Thanks! Not a huge fan of this solution as this size image makes the text a little difficult to read, but it works all right. I appreciate the response—I will def. donate as soon as I get paid!
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