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    Question Table Backgrounds with CSS - Browser Compat.

    Ok, it might be way outside any standard, but I am using a combination of SSI, tables and CSS's for my page design.

    I would like to use CSS's to include an image as a background to a table and apply and position it through CSS. This way I theorize that I can use js/vb/asp etc. later to get a changing page look, as well as use inline styles and passed variables to affect the background images as a user changes pages / options.

    This seemed like a great idea using IE as a browser, but using NS and OP I am getting problems.

    The background images in seem to miss align or disappear completely.

    The basic CSS I am using is :

    .back {
    background-attachment: fixed;
    background-image: url(images/cup.gif);
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-position: right bottom;
    }

    WHAT AM I DOING WRONG - The seems ok, but lets say I am new to having to cater to more than IE as a browser….

    The site itself is at http://members.optusnet.com.au/mstull/

    Not much there works, - no forms linked etc, but would like to see if this is possible before I start to fill / connect the site.

    Any comments or suggestions more than welcome.

    Cheers

    Mike Tull

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    Hello World

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    Ceci n'est pas Zoef Zoef's Avatar
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    Not sure, but I think you might have more success setting it as the background of body{}.

    Rik
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