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2 Backgrounds with CSS - Problem with IE6

duhcoolies
I have a table-cell (width=!00%) with a background (BG1), and within this table-cell I have another table-cell (again width=100%) with another background (BG2). BG1 needs to be tiled horizontally only and I have achieved this. BG2 (small image) needs to be located at the bottom left corner and I dont want to tile this... I have achieved this as well. I achieved both backgrounds with CSS by adding the CSS styles to the td tag of each table-cell. It all works fine in IE7 and Firefox.

The problem I have is, in IE6 the background image (BG2) stretches to the length and width of the browser. How can I correct this? Am not a CSS expert :C

Help?
Aug 23 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
7,435 Expert 4TB
IE has some serious problems with overlapping background images. You should never use tables for laying out images anyway. Use CSS.

Sorry for being brief. Getting ready to go out of town.
Aug 23 '07 #2
IE has some serious problems with overlapping background images. You should never use tables for laying out images anyway. Use CSS.

Sorry for being brief. Getting ready to go out of town.

I dont know CSS that well. Only know to use it as styles on text and other small things :[
Aug 23 '07 #3

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