In this series you will learn how to work with background images and cascading style sheets—CSS. Background images and how to use them is a wide and varying subject. In this series I start at the beginning; to use this tutorial, no prior knowledge is assumed.
In the first two parts of this series, you learned how to set a background image. I reviewed using keywords, multiple keywords, and measurement values for precise positioning. These are the basics of using background images and it is necessary to understand these concepts in order to correctly implement the CSS required for setting your images.
Now that you have gained that knowledge, it’s time to move on to more interesting things. In this, the third tutorial in this series, my aim is to show you how you can dramatically alter the appearance of your pages by using background images. You begin in Macromedia Fireworks where you create the images you need before exporting them to your local site and implementing the images in your design through the power of CSS.Read the full article