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CSS repeating background question

Posted on 2011-09-20
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is there an option for reflecting the background image "as a tile"
i.e.,   display the image asi-is, and when repeats horizontally, flip horiz (mirror) every other horiz repeat;
and when vertically, flip vertically similarly

thus the tile image only needs to be the original, instead of having to prepare a 4-quadrant tile

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