[xep-support] Re: Full page background image on each page

From: Nathan Stenzel <nathanstenzel@sebis.com>
Date: Wed May 23 2012 - 06:59:54 PDT

Some XSL renderers don't follow the rules. This is especially the case when
you don't. Try an absolute container in the header with margins set to 0in
and then include the image there. You should do it before the rest of your

On Tuesday 22 May 2012 06:58:34 pm Justin Lipton wrote:
> Hi,
> We need to have a background image that is effectively a full page
> watermark that needs to appear on each page.
> The document also has headers so we can't use background-image as this
> swill only apply to the current region (will not extend to the header).
> One solution that almost works is to use an absolutely positioned
> block-container with the image in the region after - this ensures that the
> image will appear on each page and covers all regions. The issue with this
> approach is that we cannot seem to get the image to appear under the
> region-body content even with the z-index on the block-container set to -1.
> Any ideas on how to handle this type of scenario without having to carve up
> the background image?
> Regards,
> *Justin Lipton*


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