Does anyone know what the "rules" are governing using repeating background images as backgrounds inside of tables? It seems to sometimes work, sometimes not. It may depend on browsers.
In this calendar web page, in MY window, I can see a textured blue background image in the header blocks of this calendar page (in the "Home" and navigation links. Under that, I've set the background color to a dusty blue-gray. This is a pretty typical table, with one block holding the icecicle image at left, one cell holding the month information, then a cel split into three rows holding the links.
The calendar below is a 10-row, 7-column grid. Theoretically, the cells containing the numbers are supposed to have the same textured background as the upper right cells, but in practice, the table doesn't want to display them. I can see them in my WYSIWYG editor (Dreamweaver DX), but the background images don't load in Exploder.
It doesn't really matter that much, but I am a little puzzled by the inconsistancy, because as far as I can tell I'm doing the same thing in the upper tables as the lower ones. Now, the cells at the top are much bigger cells than the one in the calendar, but I don't see any reason that would affect the appearance of the calendar cells.