Tagged: background image
Can someone please tell me how to add an image to the background of my site, behind the body content? If there is a code that I can use in the Quick CSS box, that would be amazing.
Go to Media > Add New. Upload the image and get the “File URL”. (I’ll set this as an example of the file URL: http://your_website.com/the_background.jpg).
Then, go to Quick CSS and add this code:
background: url('http://your_website.com/the_background.jpg') fixed;
Try to use a large background image. Just replace: http://your_website.com/the_background.jpg with the File URL generated by WordPress. Hope this helps. :)
Thanks for your response, but I tried everything you said and it just won’t work :( I don’t understand it. I’ve been trying for days. Oh well.
Try to use this code instead:
background: url('http://your_website.com/the_background.jpg') fixed !important;
Hope this helps.
Hello I added this code to the CSS and I can’t see the image.
I’m using this option for my homepage http://www.kriesi.at/themes/flagship/aviapoly-slider-example/
I want to add an image that covers the background, behind the slider and rest of the boxes but no luck.
Any other advise is welcome.
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