I’m looking to test some css3 background patterns and have been using the code supplied by Lea Verou but I have had no luck getting them to work on Chrome, Firefox, or Opera. I can’t think why this should be the case, as they should work, at least to some degree, on these browsers. All I am getting is the plain background color specified in the code as a fallback (i’m assuming) Any ideas?
@BrigthonMike – Thanks all for those sources. That is very handy.
@ChristopherBurton – Thanks for that – you really answered my question. Re: browser prefixes, Lea mentions that support is limited at the time of writing. Would you steer clear of using these types of patterns until they are more transferable? I am guessing Chris Coyier has used CSS3 for his background on this site so it must be reasonably well supported?
@ChristopherBurton – sorry to be a pain but I just tried your jfiddle in Firefox and it didn’t work, which is strange as it has the moz prefix. Also added the vendor prefix for Opera and no luck either.