You can specify where in your container you want the background to be placed in. There are two CSS properties you can use:
background-clip property tells where the containing element should start clipping the background. By default, it is set to
The image still starts at the top right corner.
The red color indicates portions that are cut off. Thus the
border-box won't cut any of the image, while the
background-origin tells where a background's top right corner should be placed.
This is very similar to
background-clip in its option for values.
Thus, by having the same value for this property as
background-clip, we can avoid an image from being cropped.
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