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Stephen BoltonFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 7,933 Points
isn't background-size: cover; the same as background-size: 100%;
just wondering because to my eye when I try both values it looks the same and to me background-size: 100% makes more sense.
See an example I created: http://codepen.io/netmagik/pen/vEvjaG
The image will fill entire width of the parent container, but not height. Aspect ratio will stay the same
It will zoom in to fill the parent container. Some of the image will be cut off
background-size: 100% 100%;
The image will fill entire width and height of the parent container, but it's aspect ratio will be destroyed