To be impeccably correct, you can't put a full background on < HTML >.
The html label is used to identify the content type of the train being rendered in the customer cybersurfer. It has two corridor within, a < HEAD > and < BODY >. The head section relays particulars to the cybersurfer that are now seen on screen but needed for the proper picture. The body section contains what's rendered on the screen for the stoner.
That said, the body can be nominated with CSS to place a background image.
Use commodity like
background url (" image name") no- reprise;
background- size cover;
That will get you an image that doesn't repeat and covers the complete screen. The outgrowth depends on the size and quality the image.
Posted: 6 months ago
Posted: 25 Mar 2022 10:25 EDT
sharada vangimalla (sharadavangimalla)