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    SitePoint Enthusiast bohtieque's Avatar
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    Help, again! Multiple background images

    So I know that it's not possible to do multiple background images, but I was hoping some of you know a work around.

    I have a page that I've created with three main layers. First, a background layer that uses a backgound image to create a horizontal line. Then, I have a layer that contains a sliced graphic. The graphic is, mainly, two sides of a box that joins in a curve. This sliced graphic also includes a sidebar on the right side of the page. Finally, there's a layer that covers the left half of the page--it's basically text.

    Now, I managed to make the horizontal part of the curved box liquid so that it expands smoothly with the size of the window. However, I also need to make the sidebar and vertical line of the box liquid. How can I do this?

    Any help would be VERY appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Julie
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    Each layer can have its own background image as well as one on the page...

    For your right layer you should just be able to assign the background to the <div> via a class and use whatever properties you want.
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