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Is there a way to make the background image for Home Section 1 to fill the screen vertically in mobile view. For example the image fills the screen vertically so that the full image is shown, and so it the image is set to fill the screen vertically. At the moment it displays just a zoomed in portion of the background image, I would like it to show the full image vertically.
Is there a way to set these parameters in the css?http://www.nordet.us
You would have to use different images in the various media queries.
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So I would add an image link in the CSS for each media queries setting?
I just opened your link and the css responsible for the background image seems to be stuck on a <script> tag. I strongly suggest you add it to your general stylesheet to begin with, for easier access, tweaking and testing.
Having said that, to answer your question, the vertical fill of the image depends on whether you want to page to have vertical scrolling to begin with. If the answer is no, then there's one method to solve it.
If there is to be scrolling however, then there's various options.
Please clarify further what is the desired final effect/result.
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