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    I know how to add one background image to the Body Standard CSS Attributes in a style, but is there a way to add more than one? What I'm trying to do is create the look that the four corners of the page are cut off, so I thought I could add a triangular image in each corner. But I can't figure out how to do that lol. Is there a better way than using an image?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.


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    Is your body (page width) fixed?
    Or is it fluid ... stretches across browsers.

    You do the background like you said and use other <div>'s with backgrounds
    that go on top of the background. Those corners have a transparency (.gif or .png).


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    Yes, you have to use multiple elements in some way.

    CSS3 has a proposed method of multiple backgrounds but it's not supported by any browser that I know of.
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