What you may want is an absolutely positioned layer (div or img). Just as easy to place, given a
negative z index will be behind all other content and can have all the properties of an IMG tag.
And should work just the same with your randomizer.
Did you get my first message on I did the same thing on my site?
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....From: Jeff Gates [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
....Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2005 1:32 PM
....Cc: [EMAIL-REMOVED]; [EMAIL-REMOVED]
....Subject: Re: [css-d] Title Tag for Background Image
....In general I would agree. But given that it was easy to position our
....where we wanted it (and given that we needed to create code to easily
....to our randomizer, this worked well at the time.
....>>> Sebastian Redl [EMAIL-REMOVED]> - 2/16/05 4:02 PM >>>
....Jeff Gates wrote:
....>Here's an interesting problem:
....>We use a series of background images on our front page
....>(http://americanart.si.edu). Each time a user goes to that page or
....>another image appears randomly. I'd like to put some descriptive text
....>(giving some specific information about that image) when someone rolls
....I have to wonder - if the background image deserves a description, is it
....really a background image? Wouldn't you be better served with giving the
....image a real <img> tag?
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