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z-axis: 9.5. Stacking Positioned Elements
the positioned element, up to the point where the clipping rectangleends.

The syntax of rect(...) is, as you may havealready realized, rather unfortunate. It is based on an early draftof the positioning section, which used the top-left-offset scheme.Internet Explorer implemented thisbefore CSS2 was made a full Recommendation, and so came into conflictwith a last-minute change that made rect(...) useside-offsets, just like the rest of CSS2. This was done, reasonably

z-index property: 9.5. Stacking Positioned Elements


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In this case, the image is in the same directory as thisHTML file, but you could reference an image in another directory by itsrelative or absolute path.  You can even specify the URL for an imagelocated on another server, which is more honest than stealing a copy butmakes your page depend on the other server remaining operational.For better layout control, specify image dimensions, horizontal