On 4/20/07, Austin, Darrel [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > I have created a simple website where the logo is inserted as a
> background image in the CSS.
> >However, I would like the logo to be linked to the index page (so that
> the user can click it). Is there
> > any way to do that with the background image (in other words, is it
> possible, in any way at all,
> > to have links embedded in the CSS?)?
> No. CSS is style, not content.
> Most folks would probably argue that a logo is content, and, therefore,
> really should be part of the content rather than a decorative background
I don't know too much on this subject but couldn't an image map be
used? it would kind of be pointless for one link but it is
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