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CSS

flexible div background images?

Still mad at: http://emendationslist.com/rsllab/lab.html - but this is much more of a mind-bender for me.

now the issue is that the background image won't cover the entire div 9the three different color ones in a row) -- the images ARE larger than the max size of the div. YET - the orange (first) and blue (last) don;t work in IE - they work just fine in firefox and in chrome. the have to also work in IE

i have tried background-size: contain; and background-size: cover; -- neither work.

What i want is for the background image to flex with the div. if it won't - i'll do the whole thing with CSS (usually preferable) but in this case i was trying to avoid it.

1 Answer

A wonderful treehouser found the fix for me! http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/jj127316(v=vs.85).aspx