Best Answer Rob , 16 March 2013 - 02:31 PM
The website you cited as an example uses a very simple, easy technique that you may apply, too.
They're using a plain, two color (black and white) graphic image and tiling it horizontally, set at 0 vertical height and 50 horizontal, with horizontal tiling.
View the example, and right click over the white space at the top (on the side) and select "View Background Image" (in Firefox).
Make a similar image, or save that one, and change the colors (if desired) to your choices. Then, go to Dashboard > PageLines > Site Options > Color Control.
Upload the image as your background image. Change the settings, as described above. Save the settings. If the rest of your site should be black in color (or any other shade, then make sure that color is set as the page or body background color. Your background image will then blend into the rest of the page color nicely, neatly and seamlessly.Go to the full post