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    Jquery on CSS page?

    Might be a dumb question, but...... I know that I can put an image on a web page's background, by putting the following code in the style.css page:
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    html{
    background-color:#EFE6DC;
    background-image:url(../images/image1.jpg);
    background-position:top center; background-repeat:no-repeat;
    }
    BUT..... would anyone have any idea how I could put a say... java or jquery image slider or fader in a background?

    You don't have to tell the details, but if it is possible, could you please point me in a direction? Thank you.

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    You can only position a slider behind some content (with CSS), not add it as background to an element.

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    Thank you. I was hoping there was some secret I didn't know about! I appreciate you responding.

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    http://buildinternet.com/project/supersized/

    maybe you're looking for something like that
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    Yes. I like that. That is what I meant. Thank you!


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