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How to fade background images?

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Hi!

I am currently designing a website and the <body> has a certain background image (defined in the css).

What I would love to be able to do is to have this image fade out to another image (or other imageS), slowly and constantly fading in/out.

I'd find it awesome if someone could help me out on this one. I have yet to master Javascript or Flash, I'm a bit ashamed to admit it!

Thanks!

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I believe that the link posted below would help you best. Let me know if that helps.

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Originally Posted by digibrush View Post
I believe that the link posted below would help you best. Let me know if that helps.

You forgot to include the link.

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You could add the image you want to fade into, to your body tag, and add a full width & height div inside the body, that has a background images that fades intro transparent. So when your div tag images ends, your body image becomes visible.

I hope that makes any sense

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Originally Posted by Hero View Post
You could add the image you want to fade into, to your body tag, and add a full width & height div inside the body, that has a background images that fades intro transparent. So when your div tag images ends, your body image becomes visible.

I hope that makes any sense
This makes the most sense,
another option would be to make your background in photoshop as one file with multiple background images inside. But then you lose all of your flexability.

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