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2010.12.24 13:00, Ivan M. rašė:
Hi all,

It turns out there's no way of having two bottom-right aligned images
in a single image sprite in CSS for an HTML element that is vertically
and horizontally flexible without having spaghetti code (lots of
nested HTML tags). The alternative would be to have the TDF page
corner motif appear on the top-left of each button (which is doable
with 2 tags) ... or work on a different button design... up to you!


Hi Ivan,

I think you could also use data: url's instead of the sprite. For images that are purely eye candy, this is a good approach, IMO.


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