And, if you’ve been reading my Twitter feed, then you know that I have a few more apps in the submission queue.
One of the key take-aways from my the App Excellence Lab last Summer was adding a state flag to the background of each area code and state page in my app.
I liked the idea so much, that in my next app “DC Traffic,” I did something very similar.
As a CSS n00b, I had quite the struggle achieving the look I wanted: a background image that consumed the whole page with just a hint of lowered opacity.
To save you the trouble, here’s how I did it.
Add the following to your CSS file (use default.css if you plan on doing this on more than one page)
Then add the following img tag right after the <body> tag:
Naturally, you’ll need to change the value of the src attribute to what makes sense for your app.
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