Unit 2 day 6

If the image is smaller than the element that contains it, it will repeat itself both horizontally and vertically.
You can control this by using the background-repeat property. You can position an image within an element by using the background-position property.All HTML elements have borders built into them. By default, the borders are invisible and have 0 width, but you can create border styles by declaring border-width, border-style, and border-color.

If the image is smaller than the element that contains it, it will repeat itself both horizontally and vertically.
You can control this by using the background-repeat property. You can position an image within an element by using the background-position property.All HTML elements have borders built into them. By default, the borders are invisible and have 0 width, but you can create border styles by declaring border-width, border-style, and border-color.