> It's probably not possible but i'm really hoping it is.
> I sit possible to have 2 background images defined in CSS,
> or is there any 'tricks' to doing it?
Alas, no, it is not. I wanted to do this too, at some point; a lot of
us probably have. But you'll have to find some other way, or maybe put
one background in a wrapper element or something.
> I've tested it and I can't seem to get it to work, but well,
> it just seems like such a basic thing I can't believe it wouldn't be
You'd think so, but as I recall someone pointing out to me when I
pursued this line of thought about a year ago, that opens up a dreadful
can of worms. How do you declare properties for different background
images? How is z-index decided? Etc.
Sorry. But, where there's a will, etc. :)
Happy New Year,
ps - those were rhetorical!