[thelist] CSS - Background Image Top Left Corner

Chris Johnston chris at completeimaging.com
Thu May 10 15:26:09 CDT 2001

I figured it out. If you leave the position attribute off i.e. Top, left,
Right etc. it defaults to the top left hand corner. However, my question
still stands but in relation to the other three corners on a web browser, is
there anyway of to specify the bottom right corner or the top right corner?

Anyone got any idea on this?

-----Original Message-----

I am experimenting with designing web pages using <div> and style sheets. I
want to place the background image for the site in the top left hand corner.
I have tried this:

background : #F5DEB3 url(images/watermarkTan.gif) no-repeat fixed top,left;

which amazingly works in both ie5.5 and Opera 5.11 but it doesn't work in
Mozilla 0.9, all I get is a white coloured background with no image. Is
there anyway of specifying the top left corner for a background image using



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