So I am trying to use a repeated background on my footer, and have a image float left and right, so what I am after is the background to repeat-x, but after 40px and stop before a second 40px mark if possible. Any way to do this?
Hardly done, but in order to progress further, I’d like to know if its doable.
I’m slightly confused, why can’t you repeat the image the full width of the footer?
Basically I’m trying to cap the ends of the footer. If it extends fully, the transparency stack on top of each other and the drop shadow.
Edit: Also, it is not a static width, its fluid. If it was static it would be simple, but that’s why I’m asking here.
I guess you can utilize CSS3 background properties.
why cant you put an inner div (with a sufficient margin on the left and right) inside the footer and give the repeating background to the inner div..
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