> From: Paul Beakley [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> >Well, it's pretty simple. Make a gif image containing three
> >vertical lines as follows:
> > | | |
> Or even smaller, a one-pixel-high image with a black pixel at regular
> intervals, set to repeat in the background.
missed the start of this thread, but just wanted to note that a 1px-
high bg image can wreak havoc on slower systems... the
processor has to tile it a whole lot, when instead you could make a
.gif at, say, 24px-high with negligible difference in file size and still
have it tile, only it would eat less resources...
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