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Here is my test blog: guilinxing.blogspot.com

How can you make the background image not appear on the text (does not intrude into the text boxes and the side bar neither), so that the image only appears on the side?

Also How can you make two images repeat itself instead of just one image?

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Never used blogspot.com, but assuming you can write your own CSS, add #outerWrapper { background: #fff; }

Not quite understanding your second question?

Answered about 7 years ago by Russell Bishop
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I tried that just now but the image appears in the main wrapper.

second Q rephrased: How can you make two pictures as background instead of just one?

EDIT: Actually it worked. (I misunderstood the directions)

Answered about 7 years ago by John Smith
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Regarding the second question, this can be done using CSS3's multiple background images; unfortunately, none of the major browsers except for Safari support multiple background images. The workaround I've used for this problem is to put one background on the body tag and one on a div tag immediately inside body, but that can lead to problems with height for the second background.

Answered about 7 years ago by Lord Torgamus
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how can you make an image repeat twice and have it fixed at the same time?

Answered about 7 years ago by John Smith