Hello! I am sure the name of this topic must have intrigued you. Well, it is not a mistake. You can indeed put a static or dynamic background on the whole world wide web and it is quite easy to do so. A dynamic background means that the background will keep changing. Before I start the tutorial, click on the links below to have a look at what you can achieve at the end of this tutorial: http://www.tachypic.com/view/322 http://www.tachypic.com/view/324 Like what you see? Well then, 'subh kaam mein deri kaisi'! To achieve this, you need the following ingredients: 1. Microsoft Windows XP 2. PowerMenu (http://download.softpedia.com/software/os_enhance/PowerMenu_1_5_1.zip) 3. Opera (or any other internet browser) 4. 512 MB or more of RAM OK now. Download and install PowerMenu from the link above. Close all open windows in the taskbar. Open your web browser. Open 'My Pictures' and select the image(s) that you want to set as the background. The size should either be same as your desktop resolution or larger. If it is larger, it should have the same proportions as your desktop resolution. Press 'Ctrl + C'. Navigate to some empty folder or create a new one and open it. Press 'Ctrl + V'. Hit return. The 'Windows Picture and Fax Viewer' should open up. Hit F11. A slideshow of the picture(s) should start. Press and hold 'Alt' and hit 'Tab' twice. The folder in which you pasted the pictures should open. Press 'Alt + F4'. Press and hold 'Alt' and hit 'Tab' twice. Your web browser should open. Right-click on the first tab in the Taskbar (the web browser's) and set 'Transparency' according to taste (I prefer '40%'). DONE! LOL! I am sure you did not expect me to do it in this manner. It is a simple and effective solution. A few tips: 1. Having a dynamic background might hamper your browsing experience. 2. Choose an image which primarily has a light colour and does not have heavy contrast. 3. Transparency tends to slow down the PC a lot if used excessively. It is advised that you use it only on one window at a time. 4. You will have to do this everytime you start your browser (though I expect everyone to be aware of this). This is my first ever tutorial. Please leave your comments, whether negative or positive. Thank you!