2008-04-04 15:49:38: Created issue 'The position of a background on pages of unequal width' nickname bg-break bounding-box owned by Bert Bos on product CSS3 Backgrounds and Borders, description ''background-break: bounding-box' says that the background is drawn as if an element wasn't broken over several pages. If the background image is not repeated, there is only one copy; if it is resized, it's is resized to the size of the unbroken element, etc.
The question is what is the size of the element if the element has a different width on different pages. The width it has on the first page? The maximum of its widths? Does 'bounding-box' not apply in that case?' non-public [Bert Bos]