There are typically two layers that from the background of a website, one is the body background and is usually a texture, pattern, image or other graphical element that fills the whole page. The other layer is the content background and contains all the text, images, videos and other data or information that needs to be shared. You might also have the option of full body backgrounds, but they can be a bit complicated and even ruin the rest of the design if it is not done correctly.
Filling the entire background with even the best, full-blown image or a single color has become obsolete after the introduction of diversified devices and their varied screen resolutions, which makes it almost impossible for such backgrounds to adapt to such resolutions. Although the latest paid templates and scripts do offer automatic image resizing options, patterns have become an inspirational and useful resource for website design.
Patterns are very similar to images that are horizontally or vertically indefinitely repeated and are available for download as free or premium templates. This has made them the best design to be used in a variety of backgrounds. And, since websites have so many places to build and implement a good background design, you can now incorporate top designs for the header and footer of web pages as well.