Not the answer you're looking for? I don't know if you intentionally renamed it to bg-text.jpg or if it's a typo on your end. Put the background image code in the div's class style, or use
instead of . It is built on WordPress, hosted by Media Temple, and the assets are served by MaxCDN.
yourfile.html/img/slogan.png /* these folders are in the root directory *//css/cssfile.css /* path to image: /img/slogan.png , or ../img/slogan.png */ yourfile.htmlimg/slogan.png /* these folders are in the same directory as the html PHP includes are a different beast, and having a "config" file with a reference to your Web Root is often really helpful, so there, absolute wins. Feature Safari Mobile Opera Mini Opera Mobile Android Basic support (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) Multiple backgrounds (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) Gradients (Yes) -webkit  ? ? (Yes) -webkit  SVG images (Yes) I'd suggest you don't try to learn by rote at all.
add the background image automatically from the variable etc.