Ok, Internet Explorer (including version 7) will not let you see the background image, but it will let you save it or set it as a desktop item. All the other browsers I have will not let you see the background image independantly of the page (Tested on FireFox , K-Meleon, Netscape, and Opera).
I'm not sure about Galeon (though it is a Gecko-based browser, so it should do the same thing as FF, KM and NS), Konqueror or Safari (since I don't have Linux or a Mac), so I don't know how those browsers would handle it.
Originally Posted by Dan Schulz
Actually Firefox have a very cool tool that I use a lot in studying webistes image slicing as long with HTML/CSS source. You can access it as follows:Quote:
Originally Posted by Skyblaze
Tools => Page Info => Media.
It shows detailed information on all images on a current page, including background images of course.