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Fixed background image

If you decide to give a background image and don’t wont this image to be scrolled  with content you must know two things .IE doesn’t know fixed param in background rule.

  background: fixed url(background.gif) no-repeat 0 0;

This rule will work in FireFox, but not in IE.
The second thing, that U must know is fixed param will fix image relative to boundary of main window of browser rather than the line which holds <h2> tag. Hence when U scroll the contents in some areas U’ll see the background, in some areas U won’t.

Moreover, Firefox will clip the child of the container that has fixed background image in the area of this image. It will happen when the child container has block model and occupy one part of screen.

Author: Jafar N.Aliyev (Jsoft)

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