CSS image positioning
Hi, I'm a relative newbie to CSS, I'm trying to incorporate it more into my site designs.
My question concerns CSS image positioning. I wish to place an image on the absolute bottom left corner of a window, and have it there at all times. Is this at all possible? Usually I'd use a single-sized window and some tricks with background images and tables to achieve this, but I've been led to believe there's a superior way using CSS.
Believe it or not, placing an image in the bottom right corner is harder than you might think. Mostly because of inconsistencies in the different browser interpretations of CSS.
Here are a few links to get you started:
http://builder.cnet.com/webbuilding/...5934478-9.html (this one might be the best one for you)
If you don't already have a background image, you can use the CSS background property to do it.
~~Hope This Helps
background: url("image.gif") fixed right bottom no-repeat;
That's exactly what I wanted. Works perfectly! And no fixed-size popups either. Thanks!
I'm always glad to help. :-D
If your targeting NS4 users too, be sure to specify a background color too, or you can get some weird results (if I remember correctly).