Using background-position and background-repeat together
Sent by Rachael Beale (CSS-Discuss) on 14 June 2005 22:10
Valette Ragland, Adam Kuehn and Eric A. Meyer wrote (variations on a
> Actually, it starts exactly where you placed it. It's just that
> repeat-y means exactly that: the image is repeated in both directions
> along the y axis-- in other words, both up AND down.
Aha - I appear to have forgotten that basic rule of "Never Assume"... :-)
> That's the correct behavior, given your CSS. I can't think of a
> solution that doesn't involve adding at least one more div or other
OK, that's the reassurance that I needed (I'm aware I'm a little too
ready to slap in unnecessary extra divs to solve this kind of problem).
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