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The <body> and </body> tags of an HTML web page contain all the stuff that is displayed in a browser. We can control the appearance of a web page by using different attributes of the <body> tag.

Setting Background Color:

The default background color of a web page is white. We can change the default background color by using the bgcolor attribute of the <body> tag.

<body bgcolor="gray">

The above HTML code will set the background color to gray. You can either specify the color name or RGB hexa value of the color. A list of common colors is available here.

Setting Background image:

You can set the background image of a web page as under:

<body background="logo.jpg">

The background attribute of the <body> tag specifies the location of the image file to be displayed in the background of the web page. It takes an absolute or a relative path of the image file. A discussion of absolute and relative paths will come in a later lesson.
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