How to "trick" background image code?

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    Ari Herzog
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    The SP disclaimer for the background image says:

    This background image does not need to be a specific size since the theme is responsive and will crop, shrink, and grow the image as needed. However, due to the nature of the effect applied to this background image, not all images will look correct. Images without a specific focal point, such as natural scenes that will not look unusual when only a portion of the image is displayed, will work best.

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    anitac
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    Add this to your style sheet. Then upload the image again.

    .backstretch {
    top: 55px !important;
    }


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