i'm trying to fill a table cell with a tiled background using
<td width="4" height="100%" valign="top" style="background-image: url('absolute-url-to-image.gif'); background-color: #f4efe9;" background="absolute-url-to-image.gif"> <!--[if gte mso 9]> <v:rect style="width:4px;" strokecolor="none"> <v:fill type="tile" color="#f4efe9" src="absolute-url-to-image.gif" /></v:fill> </v:rect> <v:shape id="shadow-left" style="position:absolute;width:4px;"> <![endif]--> <!--[if gte mso 9]> </v:shape> <![endif]--> </td>
i've read elsewhere that this approach is useless because a height must be set on v:rect... but it takes no percentage value, does it?
thanks for any help in advance!
Hey there hansspiess , height="100%" will not work on either in the <td> or in the VML code. You will find that the <td> will only ever be as high as the content therein, unless you set a fixed value :) Our advice would be to either a) use a fixed height for both the <td> and VML, or b) tile the background image in the VML. Hope that helps!
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