I’ve been doing some research and discovered that you can now use multiple background images on a webpage. This can mean many things, among them, no longer having to rack my brain over how to “slice up” a design in order to achieve the effect the graphics designer is going for. This can become a painstaking effort. With the use of multiple backgrounds, much of these annoyances will go away. To achieve multiple backgrounds, you simply separate each instance of the background with a comma. Here is an example of the code below,

.divName {background:url(example1.jpg) no-repeat, url(example2.jpg) no-repeat,  url(example2.jpg) no-repeat;}

You can apply this to individual div tags or even the body tag of a webpage.