> I have a couple of web pages which are exhibiting odd behaviour. On one page, which I created, I
am using CSS to display a background image in the header div:
> background-image: url("http://wserver1/images/m_strat_header.gif");
> On another page, which I did not create, it is being done in this manner:
> <TABLE BORDER="0" WIDTH="100%" BGCOLOR="#990000" CELLSPACING="0" CELLPADDING="1"
> The issue is that, for some reason, some users can not see the CSS called image, but all can see
the other one. There doesn't seem to be a correlation of browser version or OS to this problem.
All the users are using IE, and on either Windows 2000 or XP.
> Any ideas?
It could be something with the URI.
I have also experienced problems with absolute URI's in CSS, in some
Try make in relative, like the html-version.
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