I'm using wordpress blog on my small site: http://sunite.co.uk I wish to rotate background image around the current theme:Techified The backdrop image i wish to rotate using openx is: http://sunite.co.uk/images/background.html

The code around the stylesheet.css with this is:

#content_area {
 border-top: 1px solid #FFFFFF;
 background: url(http://sunite.co.uk/images/background.html);
 overflow: hidden;
 padding: 0px 0px 10px 0px;
 position: relative;


You are able to specify only images and colors because the page background. To possess a HTML page because the background of some other page (the industry bad and resource-consuming idea in 99.99999999% of cases!!) you would need to integrate a truly situated IFRAME to that particular page.

You're pointing to some web site - the look around the page reaches http://vistawallpapers.files.wordpress.com/2007/03/vista-wallpaper-grass-ripples.jpg

To place it like a background, use:

background: url(http://vistawallpapers.files.wordpress.com/2007/03/vista-wallpaper-grass-ripples.jpg);

As Jimmy Shelter states, hot-connecting a picture off another person's website is bad practice - let's say tomorrow they alter the look to something completely inappropriate?