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In a message dated 10/8/00 9:32:22 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
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> Personally, I love background images as long as they aren't bright colors or
>  too close to the color of the text.  I think of them exactly the same way I
>  think of stationary with ghosted images -- an expression of the writers
>  personality.  I usually glean as much information for the background image
>  (or glaring lack thereof) as I do from the text itself.
>
>  Long live background images!
>
>  Adam
The skeleton pages I have up have a black background with one of those left
side bar backgrounds and then the writing shifted over with the blockquote
command.... then the writing is white with the links and headings matching
the background. I don't like not to have background, but having all over
patterns makes it hard to read, so basically there's an image down the side
and then a white on black text area. Seemed like the best way to compromise,
given my limited HTML abilities.

Estela