but didn't work and i don't understand why (especially
because once i did
I think better to start from scratch again rethinking the
whole layout in a
Thank you very much
"Michael Fesser" <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto nel
> .oO(Nicola Rubeo)
>>I undesrtand you perfectly
>>don't understand why this option is not present
> It would require to not only say "repeat-y", but also in
> to tile, up- or downwards. Currently this can't be done.
> In CSS 3 it should become possible to achieve this
effect, even if it
> might be just faked with multiple background images on
the same element.
> But CSS 3 still has a loooong way to go.
> Hmm ... wait a minute ... CSS 3 will allow to apply
> images to the same element, but even in CSS 2.1 this can
> already, it just requires one additional block-level
element per image:
> <div class="first">
> <div class="second">
> ... content
> Apply your normal repeat-y background image to .first
and another image
> to .second to "hide" the first 142 pixels of the first
one. Quite ugly,
> but maybe it works for you. Of course it depends on the
images and the
> overall layout.