Twas – http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=twas Goodonya – http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Goodonya
Lol, I understood the “t’was” part, but “Goodonya” is still weird to me.
It’s about 35.5°C at Haiti.
Don’t care about if they use it also, care about how well they use it. There’s no better method.
Lol, Ivor was faster.
background-image: url(../images/home_icon.png) no-repeat;
Am I the only one around here who uses Yahoo Mail?
Nope, I’m using it right now, I just don’t use the Yahoo! Voices stuff, never heard of it… I have an email on each of the big companies (Yahoo!, Gmail, AOL , my own website ) and I connect all of them together by auto forwarding, so I receive all my mails at one place: my website email. I even use Yahoo! to send mails for my website email. Yahoo! Mail is just fine for me.
webdesignerart saidYou should be nicer when asking for help… I don’t really get what you are saying, since you don’t really take your time to write and correct your post.
I make small website for mobile devices but when i am veawing site blackberry my site background images are not showing
Iz there any trick for assign elements image backgrounds in different way.I am doing this:background:url(../images/home_icon.png) no-repeat;ANY IDEA for this Crap.
Suggestion: If you don’t speak English, translate your language to English at http://translate.google.com
Solution to your problem: Since I don’t really get what you are asking, here’s what I think it is:
If the background is small and you want it to repeat, your code should be:
background: url("../images/home_icon.png") repeat;