I searched for a while but couldn't find anything useful.I have the following css   input[type="range"]::-webkit-slider-thumb {        -webkit-appearance: none;          width: 20px;          height: 20px;          border-radius: 10px;...
Please take a look this fiddle  How to make the background image clickable? When click "Take the survey" will go to a new page.  <div style="height:300px;width:300px;border-style:solid;border-width:5px;background-image:url('http://...
I've looked at many other posts and I think I'm using the exact syntax suggested.  However, I'm not getting the images to show up.  I have a jsfiddle.  Is it a jsfiddle issue?  It's also not working on a website I'm working on.  &...
Id like to display dynamic background images using angular's ng-repeat directive.   At the moment Im doing this by setting it as an inline style like so:  <div ng-repeat="thing in things"       style="background-image: url({{thing....
I am trying to manipulate the background image as soon as the user hovers over a selected option. I tested my code in firebug and loaded up the page. Instantly I get:  TypeError: document.getElementsByTagName(...).style is undefined  var bg = documen...
On some web-pages, background images cannot be copied or saved. The browser I use does not recognize it as an image.   The question I have is: I want to know how it is possible to create an image on a webpage that cannot be copied by the user.  For...
I would like to have a moving background image on my page from left to right exactly the same way as in following website http://kxip.in , please suggest how to achieve this.  Thanks & Regards...
The new layout of YouTube added a background random-noise which I like very much, having seen almost exactely the same effect on other sites, so I plan to use the same technique in my webpage prototypes, or at least have this "trick" in my to...
I am trying to pick a random background-image for my MVC application. Inside my _Layout.cshtml I have the following code:  <script type="text/javascript">     var background = ['url("~/Content/images/image1.jpg")',...
For a long time, when I had to create a website with a lot of different pages (and with every pages having a hero section with a different background image), I used to do like this:  <div class="hero" style="background-image: url(my-dy...

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