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Lateral backgrounds on fluid layout

Sent by Valentin Agachi on 8 September 2005 22:10


I understood what you suggested, but it's not quite what I had in mind. 
What I want is the background from #left-graphic not to be aligned to 
left top, but to the right edge of the layout, and the background from 
#right-graphic to be aligned to the right edge of the layout.

CJ Larson wrote:

>The method I've seen spoken of is to have two separate <div>s; one for
>the left graphic, one for the right graphic.  Each div would take the
>whole screen.
>
>For example ->
>
>#left-graphic {
>	background-image: url();
>	background-repeat: repeat-y;
>	background-position: left-top;
>	height: 100%;
>	width: 100%;
>	}
>#right-graphic {
>	background-image: url();
>	background-repeat: repeat-y;
>	background-position: right top;
>	height: 100%;
>	width: 100%;	}
>
><div id="left-graphic">
>	<div id="right-graphic">
>		~~ all other content ~~
>	</div>
></div>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>I can't figure a way out of how can I add two repeat-y lateral external 
>image backgrounds to a fluid layout.
>
>
>
>  
>


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