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    Default Table background image problem

    I'm trying to put a background in my table data section but i#m having no luck. It's been a while since i've made any websites but the last time i did i used this same method and now it's not working. Can anyone help ?

    The page i'm working on is http//www.goldwishes.webscom and i'm trying to get the coding marked in bold to work:

    <TABLE WIDTH=1000 BORDER=0 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0>
    <TR>
    <TD COLSPAN=5>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_01.jpg" WIDTH=1000 HEIGHT=363 ALT=""></TD>
    </TR>
    <TR>
    <TD ROWSPAN=4>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_02.jpg" WIDTH=42 HEIGHT=537 ALT=""></TD>
    <TD COLSPAN=3>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_03.jpg" WIDTH=923 HEIGHT=52 BORDER=0 ALT="" USEMAP="#lay_03_Map"></TD>
    <TD ROWSPAN=4>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_04.jpg" WIDTH=35 HEIGHT=537 ALT=""></TD>
    </TR>
    <TR>
    <TD COLSPAN=3>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_05.jpg" WIDTH=923 HEIGHT=32 ALT=""></TD>
    </TR>
    <TR>
    <TD ROWSPAN=2>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_06.jpg" WIDTH=4 HEIGHT=453 ALT=""></TD>
    <TD style="background-image:url(/lay_07.jpg)"></TD>


    <TD ROWSPAN=2>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_08.jpg" WIDTH=3 HEIGHT=453 ALT=""></TD>
    </TR>
    <TR>
    <TD>
    <IMG SRC="/lay_09.jpg" WIDTH=916 HEIGHT=21 ALT=""></TD>
    </TR>
    </TABLE>
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    Default hai

    im trying to use a transparent PNG i made in GIMP as a repeated image in a table

    for some reason it shows the old default myspace colors underneath

    so it looks like this "I Circled The Areas"

    Link For Image: http://i28.tinypic.com/28ivlgn.jpg


    i didnt really want to use the "Opacity" code
    because i dont like the way its makes the text & images transparent as well
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    well i beg to differ with you on this,i have used opacity with great success and great results.i don't think apart from setting opacity property in css file there is any other way to turn a image into background image.

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    Colors load more quickly and display more consistently across browsers. Remember to ALWAYS test your site in multiple browsers or browser versions so that you can come to know the bug.

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