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  1. Hello, dear all.


    Do you know how to find the background picture from Imdb site?


    ---> www. imdb.com


    I'm curious about in how to find where the image files are located when we analyse the site using View Page Source / Inspect Element from Chrome or Firefox browsers.


    I can get the main pictures displayed from the site. But the "background images" I can't find it properly. See the example below:



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Name:	Back.png
Views:	158
Size:	1.48 MB
ID:	40343


    How to find WHERE is located the Lemony Snicket background pictures are placed?


    Thanks.


    Best regards.


    devil (johner)
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  2. Chrome
    You can try right click on the background and choose Inspect, under Elements and check to the right under Styles and see if you can find any image link.
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  3. @ test. Hi.


    Chrome
    You can try right click on the background and choose Inspect, under Elements and check to the right under Styles and see if you can find any image link.

    Click image for larger version

Name:	Back.png
Views:	64
Size:	140.3 KB
ID:	40344


    Where should I look? I'm confused. Many Java or other source page elements. I can't find the proper place to look for images links.


    Thanks for helping.


    Best regards.


    devil (johner)
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  4. Try select the <body>-line to the left and then check the Styles for any background image links.
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  5. @ test. Hello.


    I think I got it! I have followed your advices and get some elements that lead me to the images.


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Name:	Page.jpg
Views:	48
Size:	275.3 KB
ID:	40353


    Thanks for helping!


    Best regards.


    devil (johner)
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