Need help with Background please

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Hello another Question from me ! sorry.

Im working on my site at the moment www.nellasbullsmalta.com and as you see in the main page im using a background with an Enter PNG icon. Know when I use IE the screen looks ok and if I use FIrefox (which i see its a bit faster) the screen is not in the middle kinda.. is there a code or something that I can use to see it centered? Checked other synthasite websites and on bot browsers when some are using the background pic its all centred.

Thanking you in advance, keep up the GREAT JOB! and awaiting for some hints / help!

PS: I know nothing about HTML the little coding i used its from teh searches and the info links I found here. GODBLESS Synthasite and its Crew :)
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Hello Lycan,

I had a similar problem a couple of days ago.

Moniques advice was to adjust the image size to a width of between 1300 and 1500 Pixels. There is variation between monitors and it looks like between browsers.

What you have is some tiling ie your picture width is below the screen width and it's starting to show a duplicate on the right hand side.

Maybe this info will help you. It did with mine.
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I tried it with 1300 width this is the answer lots left out, you cant scroll since its a background

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Yes. I see.
I have an extra suggestion: Can you make your table smaller so that it now fits into the central part of the overall image.

Your problem is also similar to a follow on I had and that was part of the image being shunted off to the right.
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I increased the width and heith there by strecth image !! :P will see if i Increase the width only!
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OK Its working better now?

www.nellasbullsmalta.com

stretched to 1500pxs takes longer to load up tho
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I have looked at it on three browsers. FF, IE and Chrome. FF & IE are essentially the same Chrome is a little different.
Good work.
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Thanks Peter
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A Google search for the most common screen resolution used today with flat screens and it seems that 1024 x768 pixels is the winner.
What's yours?
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1024 x 768 :p