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How to have your background as a website!

Arrow Image Have your background as any website in the world wide web!!


This is my first article and i hope you like and enjoy it :).

By the end of this article you should have any website as your background display picture in 6 simple steps!!

Ok so, what we have to do is make an Iframe website in html from notepad, then we will save it as a .html file

and save it as our background.

to do this we need to:

1) Start --> All programs --> Accessories --> Notepad

2) Type in the notepad file:


src =\"\"
width=\"100%\" height=\"100%\">


3) Save this is whateveryouwant.html

4) right click on your decktop and clcik properties.

5)click decktop in the menu

Now you shuold have a list of background images you can have, all you have to do is clcik browse and then find

the file and click open.

6)Now the \"whateveryouwant.html\" file shuold be in the list of backgrounds you can have click on it and its



If your fed up of this and you now want your old background back on, youl notice that when you right click your

just right clicking on the website you chosen to be your background.

Follow these steps to get it off:

1) Right click as far as you can to any side of the screen (in the white bit of the Iframe).

2) Now click properties and decktop again, then change the background to a normal picture again.

I hope you used and liek this article and please rate it :)


bigggnickon November 26 2006 - 16:33:09
cool article, never knew u could make full sites ur background
hacker_jacobon November 26 2006 - 18:12:27
thanks nick Smile
BluMooseon November 26 2006 - 18:38:55
I believe the desktop is always a webpite, not exactly sure though. That's how it is fer windows 98 at least... in any case, nice article Smile
BluMooseon November 26 2006 - 18:39:28
website** don't ask me how the p got in there...
hacker_jacobon November 26 2006 - 18:45:17
thanks blu Grin... lol webpite Pfft
0rijin4lon November 27 2006 - 08:27:59
nice @blumose, yes, in windows 98, it us called active desktop......:ninja:
Zekasuon November 29 2006 - 07:09:49
It's the "Active Desktop" in XP, too. Kudos on the article, beit the trick is simple, the idea is very, very nice.
mr noobon November 29 2006 - 20:05:15
thats pretty cool Smile wonder what other filetypes you can use...
2msalvinon December 04 2006 - 20:26:31
thats cool man, cheers for the articleSmile
kiacolonelon December 07 2006 - 01:46:55
kewl, but is there any way to get sumthin to display on the other screen someone might have?? (dual screen)
tancurromon December 14 2006 - 19:26:28
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5;URL=">

This means it doesnt have a frame.
tancurromon December 14 2006 - 19:26:50
sorry change 5 to 0
chislamon January 04 2007 - 02:18:18
not bad never thought about trying it.
hacker_jacobon January 07 2007 - 21:50:53
thanks Smile
jizzmeisteron September 08 2007 - 19:48:17
this is awesome just a shame I've got so many icons clogging it up, thanks for the article
maaniion January 21 2012 - 15:04:13
its works awesome in xp..... but can you tell me how to get it in windows7:ninja:
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