HTML and CSS Reference
<div style="-webkit-background-size: 200% 200%;
-moz-background-size: 200% 200%;
-o-background-size: 200% 200%;
background-size: 200% 200%;">
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Chrome 3+, Firefox 3.6+, Opera 9.5+, Safari 3+
• Mozilla-based browsers such as Firefox support this property as -moz-background-
size , WebKit-based browsers like Chrome or Safari support it as -webkit-
background-size , and Opera browsers support it as -o-background-size .
This Microsoft-proposed CSS property is used to define the URL for a script providing
DHTML behavior. It is similar in purpose and function to the CSS3 binding property.
behavior: url(default behavior name or URL of behavior)
Microsoft has implemented a number of default behaviors. These are accessible by
specifying the url as #default#behaviorname , such as behavior:url(#default#
clientCaps); . Once these behaviors are associated with an element, additional properties
will be available to that element based on the default behavior used. Table 6-7 shows a
summary of the common default behaviors supported by Internet Explorer browsers.