> Subject: Re: [css-d] Fluid images
> > Have rewritten a fixed design to be more fluid and therefore to be more
> > cross browser friendly. The layout was the easy part but there are a few
> > images which in standard format would not be fluid.
> > I was looking at meyerweb.com where the masthead changes its
> size depending
> > on resolution. As it is done by Eric, I have to assume that it is a CSS
> > solution. Also, the varying sizes do not appear to be determined by ems
> > which would have an effect on sharpness of the image.
> > I note that this is done by using a background image. So how is
> it done and
> > does it have to be a background image?
> I don't know, but it looks to me like he has a wide background image
> centered horizontally inside a div. When I widen my browser window to
> full width (1280px), I see more of the image - not a stretched or larger
> version of the image.
It looks like that. So the solution only works with backgorund images.
Now then! I now to need to find a way of having changing background images,
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