From: Chris Beall on 11 Dec 2009 15:04
Manuel Collado wrote:
> Chris Beall escribi�:
>> Ref: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/colors.html#propdef-background-image
>> The reference includes several statements about what should be done by
>> a UA when a background image has an unknown height, width or aspect
>> ratio, including the case where none of these values is known.
>> How can an image NOT have an intrinsic height or width? i.e. under
>> what conditions do these rules come into play?
> It is possible to have external graphics formats that only use relative
> sizes for its components, thus having no absolute "natural" or
> "intrinsic" size.
> Just an idea.
Would SVG be an example? Others?