I'd like to place an image of a blueprint behind a section of text.

Things I'm worried about:

  • Image will be tiled
  • Image will stretch weird
  • Image will look bad on different screen resolutions

What's the best way to incorporate a background image without it looking bad on different formats?

Here is a mockup of what I'm talking about: http://imgur.com/a/xLlYn

  • Mind you us your work? – Den Isahac Jul 6 '17 at 20:19

Depending on how important the image is, can you do it with CSS.

CSS3 has an attribute called background-size:cover. This does not stretch the image,but it will scale it until it fits the whole area. Depending on the sizes some parts could be hidden.

w3schools on background-size

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