Topic: Silly Rabbit -- Trix are for background images!
I dig the CSS background-image stuff. It's very handy.
I find myself in a situation where I want to overlay some HTML over a background image -- and that's typically a trivial thing to do via CSS (background: url(...))
But I need the background image to be dynamic (ie: loaded in from database). I've been using just plain old image tags, which is fine when you don't want to overlay other HTML content, but now I find myself wanting to do just that.
So 2 questions:
1) What's a quick way to use image tags, but overlay other HTML over the image?
2) I suppose I could inline the css style and give it the background: url(...) inline. I'm afraid the XHTML/CSS police will find and kill me if I do that. Is there a "nicer" way?