> > That works nicely for a paragraph background whose colour is #ddd;
> Write transparent instead. Or whatever color you need.
That's what I meant really---a uniformly coloured background
> > unfortunately I'm using a different image for the main paragraph
> > background, and want to superimpose another small image over the
> > top.
> Puzzle the images together if you need more than one.
No can do: for the background image I'm using a very thin horizontal strip
with repeat-y to get the resulting background to increase flexibly to match
the size of the paragraph. Gluing the two images together precludes this.
> You are an "all or nothing" man, aren't you? ;)
Oh yes ;-) How can something so logically simple and structured like
XHTML+CSS be implemented so incompletely in so many browsers?! :-P
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