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Re: Multiple Background Images

From: W. Leon Sutton, Jr. <wsuttonjr@hyponiqs.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 08:51:02 -0500
Message-ID: <001101c4d163$79aee8d0$6f1f4ed8@hyponiqs>
To: <ben@ben-ward.co.uk>, <www-style@w3.org>

Ben Ward's words:

> >Another possible method for determining stacking order that I can
> >think of off the top of my head would be to use something like
> >background(1): url(image1.jpg); background(2): url(image2.jpg);
>
> The above would be my favoured method of representing multiple
> backgrounds too.
> I was going to submit such a suggestion myself a few weeks ago but
> feared I was too late (and being new to www-style...). Anyway, since
> it's come up, this was my theory:

What about "background: 0([background-image] [background-position] ...
[background-xxx]) 1([background-image] [background-position] ...
[background-xxx]);"?  That could work, too.  I personally believe that
background(0): url(blah.jpg); background(1): url(blah.jpg); would be more
benificial and easier to understand, but the above might also be a strong
possibility.  I suppose it would depend on the author of that particular
style sheet.

Thanks,
W. Leon Sutton, Jr.
Hyponiq's Web Development Solutions - www.hyponiqs.com
Received on Tuesday, 23 November 2004 13:51:36 GMT

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