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However, throughout our entire HTML Tutorial, the inner text-field has always remained one basic color scheme.
Usually, no photographs or patterns are used for the Text Areas.
Ironically, the <div> code refers this as "background-color:#;"
because it happens to be the background within the Text Field.
In all previous lessons, I've chosen a simple, basic color (such as "background-color:#B2C2E0;)
However, (technically speaking) you may place an background image throughout the entire text field.
Here, within this text field,
I'm currently using a grayish Stormy Cloud Combination, along with a lighthouse and rocky cliff.
In this example, I'm using a Stormy Sea photograph:
<div style="background-image:url (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-9J6zNLPWncQ/VJiwJWiUrNI/AAAAAAAAA1M/E3z_KbwuI0Y/s1200/5358676_xxl%2B123rf.com%2B%2Breservedbyowners.jpg ); width:87%; padding:5px; color:#d1d1d1; font-size:21px; text-align:justify; "> <center>add your words & sentences here </center></div>
The size of photograph may also be changed.
The size s1200 may be increased to s1600. Or, it may be decreased (s1000, etc.)
(However, if too small, the picture will not cover the entire backdrop).
Finally, I'm using a photograph in the innermost DIV sequence.
This is where the Text Field is located.
In many cases, 'Wraparound lines' surround the text-area as well.
They're using other DIV sequences, which shouldn't be altered.