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You mean something like this?
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Many thanks for your input. I had already tried the cover property and works on quite well on the background image. I want also to change the foreground images when resized. Your hint to check out CSS3 got me got me looking also at HTML 5 and there are some new means and properties on Layouts. Although a maze of browser inconsistenties, ambiguities and my insufficient knowledge, I think a coherent solution might just emerge from there or with the help of it. I will probe deeper into that and CSS3.
The example you pointed out is quite similar to what I want and I had already tried using or applying it on the html div, but that not only does not work in IE, but also makes the navigation/links more or less inert. One can also apply it on a separate div altogether.
In addition to your example I also have no text, but "images" as links and title on the transparent background which I also want to make flexible or resizable in accordance or together with the background.
I will also check out on: CSS Media Queries and Fluid Grid Layouts.
Thanks to all