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Why dosen't work?

I tried all the possibilities and workarounds. I can't pass . If I click preview the result seems to be as expected

We have an image file, 'smiley.png', located in the 'img' folder. Add it as an image above the texture background. Set it so that it doesn't repeat, and position it in the top-right corner of the div. Then, add 'img/pencil.png' above the smiley image layer. Set it so that it doesn't repeat, and position it in the bottom-left corner.

.sketch {
  background: url('img/smiley.png') no-repeat right top, url('img/pencil.png') no-repeat left bottom;
}

2 Answers

Ryno Botha
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Ryno Botha
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Hey x)

.sketch {
    background: url('img/pencil.png') no-repeat bottom left, url('img/smiley.png') no-repeat top right, url('img/texture.jpg') #EED293;
}

Remember you have to start with the image that's above then move on to those under it.

Asked:

We have an image file, 'smiley.png', located in the 'img' folder. Add it as an image above the texture background. Set it so that it doesn't repeat, and position it in the top-right corner of the div. Then, add 'img/pencil.png' above the smiley image layer. Set it so that it doesn't repeat, and position it in the bottom-left corner.

So that means, the Pencil will come first, then the Smiley and only then the Texture x)

Yep, that's right! Thank you :)