Ugh - all of my post didn't post! Here's the missing part -
An element can only have a single background image, so that style doesn't accommodate multiple image specifications. The only background image that will be used is the first one (Background_4.png).
The color above the menu is #801B0F (http://alecpage.com/in_progress/LvilleLax/elements/images/menu/Top.jpg) and that below the banner (but still part of the banner image - http://alecpage.com/in_progress/LvilleLax/elements/images/menu/Banner. jpg) is #8C1114. Meanwhile the body background image (http://alecpage.com/in_progress/LvilleLax/elements/images/Background_4 .png) is #8C1115. Get all of those colors the same, and they will look the same on the page. A part of your problem could be that you are trying to match PNG (256 color palette) color to JPG color (millions of colors palette). It's much easier to match JPG to JPG, or PNG to PNG.
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