0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 19, 2008 2:40 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Re: CSS background position

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      I think that the Gary solution is the best. For the footer perhaps you can
      make a 100% width footer with a color background which hide the body
      background and then insert your closing image into the footer div.

      "Nicola Rubeo" <nicola_nospammers_@computertime-az.it> escribió en el
      mensaje news:fmsig4$esj$1@forums.macromedia.com...
      > Hi Gary,
      > already give it a try, this may solve part of the problem (actual layout
      > include a footer with a closing image, this is not compatible with a short
      > page because body background would continue after footer), but at this
      > point I have to rethink the layout from scratch, it's the best thing to
      > do.
      > Thank you very much for your advice
      > Nicola
      > "Gary White" <reply@newsgroup.please> ha scritto nel messaggio
      > news:hfb2p3pp4q93tq7lkcjdct4l8nfjkgjhcp@4ax.com...
      >> On Fri, 18 Jan 2008 22:32:27 +0100, "Nicola Rubeo"
      >> <nicola_nospammers_@computertime-az.it> wrote:
      >>>I undesrtand you perfectly
      >>>don't understand why this option is not present
      >>>consider that I have to rethink a layout from scratch :-(
      >> While you cannot do what you asked, by starting a tiling background at
      >> some arbitrary point, you *can* cover a portion of the background with
      >> some other opaque content. Consider something like this:
      >> <style type="text/css">
      >> body {
      >> background: #fff url(bg.gif) center repeat-y;
      >> }
      >> #header {
      >> background: #fff;
      >> height: 250px;
      >> }
      >> </style>
      >> Then, in the html:
      >> <body>
      >> <div id="header">Some content</header>
      >> Gary