Inline Style Code for Background Image

Hi!

I have a JPG image in “IMAGES/SCHOOLS/Yale.jpg”. The image is 1,500 (width) by 250 (height).

What is the inline style code to completely fill the background of an HTML table with the above-referenced image? The table spans across the entire screen.

Thank you!

Dr. T

Unable to Change Weebly Blog Comment Colors

I am having a similar issue to this person: https://csscreator.com/topic/blog-comment-heading-font-color-weebly-site

The difference is that mine is the opposite issue (font is showing up white on a white background) and my code appears different than the original question above so I was not able to reach a resolution from those instructions. For those who don't want to read the other post here is a quick summary of my problem:

Text in div looks fine on desktop but screwy on mobile

Hi there! Smile

I've got some paragraphs and an unordered list inside a green div that looks fine on desktop but the font is oddly sized on mobile. Here are comparison screenshots:

Desktop screenshot - looks the way I want it
Mobile screenshot - screwy font size

The page in question is here. To reach the part with the green div, unfortunately you have to click "Continue" 36 times to get your result. Sexy (If I do say so myself, it's a fun test though! Party )

Div with "width: auto;" not auto-expanding & "display: inline;" not working on its own. Why is this happening?

Hi everyone,

Can anyone tell me why my div is not auto expanding to fit its contents, even though I set "width: auto;" ?
Also, why does my "display: inline;" not work?

You can see what I mean here:  http://www.jasonwangart2.blogspot.ca/

Question 1: I set the div-with-thick-red-dashed-border to "width: auto;", but the inner divs are wrapping for some reason, and the div-with-thick-red-dashed-border is not expanding horizontally to contain more divs.

Horizontal alignment of few div's inside centered container

Hi, I need some help and I hope the solution is simple for professionals.
The task is distribution of some layers inside the container.
The trouble is that the border between first right .pic_text is bigger than between first left .pic_text. The container .center is centered, but its content doesn't have equal margins.
I tried to find the solution, but couldn't find it ( for my case.
The matter is that every .pic_text has to have picture and text and the design has to be adaptive.

Here is my code CSS3:

<style>
  .center {
	width: 95%; 
	height: auto;
	padding: 10px; 

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