RE: background images/Internet Explorer
my wish is that you put a new year's rush on background colors and graphics
in liked stylesheets.
That aside, is this a bug or a "feature" of CSS? When I add a background to
a DIV it does not appear. I thought they had the same properties as a P
except for the extra whitespace.
At 06:39 PM 12/16/96 +0000, Chris Wilson (PSD) wrote:
>There were a few bugs with quoting in CSS with IE 3.0 and 3.01. Also,
>background images do not work from linked stylesheets. Remove the
>quotes from the snippet below, make sure it's in an embedded stylesheet,
>and you shouldn't have any problems.
>Oh, and JPEG images work fine for background images.
>>From: Chris Josephs [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>>Sent: Sunday, December 15, 1996 2:05 PM
>>Subject: background images/Internet Explorer
>>I'm trying to overlay a background image over a paragraph in IE3 but it
>>dosn't appear to be working. As far as I can tell the browser isn't even
>>attempting to load the image.
>>Here's a snip of css code....
>> background: URL("paper.jpg");
>>Does anyone know of any problems in the IE implementation involving
>>background images? Does anyone have any working examples of backgrounds
>>over single elements?
>>--- Christopher Josephes -------------------------
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