An article showing how you can use multiple divs and therefore multiple background images to create your web designs. Is that the right thing to do? From a web standardista’s point of view, probably not. But the technique is there if you ever need it…
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Before CSS, images were always put into Web pages with image tags. We gave them alternate alt text so they still made sense when images were turned off – it was the only way. Today, we have Cascading Style Sheets. Using CSS to add images to Web pages has been called a "vital cornerstone of all future Web design". It gives us new power to control the presentation not just of basic styles like borders, but all the images across a whole site. Fahrner Image Replacement FIR was the first widespread method of doing this, and remains the most well known. But it isn't perfect. Today I'll show you two methods that overcome its problems.
Ok. Let’s set the record straight. There is no official guide for each and every CSS shorthand property value. So let’s work together and put one together. Anytime I’ve ran into a specification (besides the confusing mess at the W3C), it turns into showing off a couple of examples and you’re supposed to be set on your way. Over the years, I’ve found quite some interesting unknown quirky facts about these shorthands… hence this Guide was born…