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SATURDAY AFTERNOON Dressing Up Your Pages 143 color for both unvisited and visited links. This is a good example of why you need to test out your pages in more than just one browser. Just because Internet Explorer handles something in a certain way, doesn't mean that other browsers will do the same thing. Whenever setting a background color for a page, you should also set the text and link colors. That's because a user might specify text and link colors for their browser that are different than what is normally the default. Setting a Background Image The BACKGROUND attribute of the BODY element lets you specify a background image. Background images are usually quite small (usually not larger than 100 100 pixels)--the Web browser tiles the image so