I have a background image that appears in a div tag like it is suppose to, but every since I added another different bg image to a neighboring div tag area, the first bg image is appearing in both.
Initially, I had a CCS3 gradient bg in the neighboring div tag area and everything was fine, but then I switched it out with a graphic image (background-image), and then that is when the problem started appearing.
Has anyone encounter this type of incidence before, if so, then might you offer some assistance or suggestions?
Funny you should say that...Both divs have a respective ID name, both have their own related bg image. One is the header div (the one that shouldn't have two bg images in it), and the other one is a right column bg image (the one that should only have the bg image.) Actually, since I am using HTML5, I used a <section> tag instead of a div tag. After reading your response, I changed it to a div tag to see if that would have any kind of an effect. It did not.
Yes, in the header div, I initially had a CSS3 gradient bg instead of using an image file of a gradient for the background. But then I decided to go back to a traditional method and use an actual image file for the header background instead of a CSS3 gradient effect.
It was strange how everything worked fine when I was using the CSS3 gradient code for the background instead of a image file.