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My Reply to a CSS3 multiple background image question by Ian Hickson

From: by way of Bert Bos <w3@lahf.org>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 17:47:21 +0100
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-Id: <200411231747.21411.w3@lahf.org>


I notice that only 3 possibilites are given.
I would like to assume a fourth, but based on characteristics already
 found in existing CSS capability, for instance the north east south
 west of margins or padding:north east south west;
would be a good start, but if I would like to use layers, and so make
 things a little more complicated, and could actually make these layers
 transparent, things would get a lot more interesting but complicated.
Going back to the nesw, if I could do background url(n) url(e) url(s)
 url(w) for all pics or background url() url(e) url() url(w); for pics
 on the left and right, I would be happy.
If I could have background url() url(e) url() url(w);background-z-layer
 e:1 w:0; so that the right picture was layered above the left one, I'd
 be happier, and I would be ecstatic, if I could get
background url() url(e) url() url(w);background-z-layer e:1 w:0;
background-layer-padding and background-layer-margin to work so that my
picture could be offset, or basically if I could get a cool way of
 placing those pictures relative to the page, but also some distance
 from the left or top anchor points. Forgive this last point if it
 sounds fuzzy, I didn't really think this one through yet.

Hal

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