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The problem you have I think is related to image path. you have to put the relative path such as ”../images/” or ”../../images” or ”../resources/images” ans so on depending on folders structure you have. Otherwise put the full path of the image.
tryed that still not working
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The problem you have I think is related to image path. you have to put the relative path such as ”../images/” or ”../../images” or ”../resources/images” ans so on depending on folders structure you have. Otherwise put the full path of the image.
tryed that still not working

What was the path of original BG image that you replaced?

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Send us a link if you want will take a look

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The problem you have I think is related to image path. you have to put the relative path such as ”../images/” or ”../../images” or ”../resources/images” ans so on depending on folders structure you have. Otherwise put the full path of the image.
tryed that still not working
What was the path of original BG image that you replaced?

i delated the background file.. the template came with.. and uploaded my own.. in the same directory.. and made changes in the config.xml file and saved them

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still haveing issues with background image not showing up

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restart everything undo everything and revert back to original xml… then try to rename the image file to be exactly as the name of original image! Then replace the image with the original!

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Well, I might get you wrong, but html haven’t “bg” tag. You can use “background” attribute, but it’s deprecated in HTML5. For example:
<div background="my-bg-image.jpg" />
Most proper way is use CSS instead :
<div style="background: url(my-bg-image.jpg)> </code>" />

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restart everything undo everything and revert back to original xml… then try to rename the image file to be exactly as the name of original image! Then replace the image with the original!

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Well, I might get you wrong, but html haven’t “bg” tag. You can use “background” attribute, but it’s deprecated in HTML5. For example:
<div background="my-bg-image.jpg" />
Most proper way is use CSS instead :
<div style="background: url(my-bg-image.jpg)> </code> </blockquote> i have sent you a emila" />
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<style type="text/css">#background  { min-width:100%; min-height:100%; top:0; left:0; z-index:-1; position:fixed; }</style>
<img id="background" src="background.jpg" alt="background img" />
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