Text over an image - Dreamweaver CS5

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  1. .:Broken:.

    .:Broken:. New Member

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    'Sup.

    Need to add text over the top of an image in Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, and after, researching it, really can't find out how to do it. Halp would be appreciated. :>
     
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    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    not sure, I only know how to do it in HTML/CSS

    you'd increase the z-index attribute of the element at hand relative to the one you wish to overlay.
     
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    inverse Banned from GR

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    Or if you put the text in it's own wrapper/div, you can specify the image via #background-image:url('example.jpeg')
     
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    Clash The Go-To Guy

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    on the html page:
    Code:
    
    <div id='image'>
    <p> [COLOR=Yellow]Text Goes here [/COLOR]</p>
    </div>
    
    
    in CSS

    Code:
    
    #image{
    background-image: url(images/[COLOR=Yellow]backgroundimage.jpg[/COLOR]);
    }
    
    
     
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    drag and drop
     
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    Use Photoshop for upgrading and cutting pictures only.Build your site design with Dreamweaver. avail adobe and read what they say in regards to Dreamweaver in light of the fact that it was in reality made for individuals who don't know or comprehend HTML. Dreamweaver really shows you to comprehend it.
     
  8. 3dtech

    3dtech Guest

    I only know how to do it in HTML/CSS

    you'd increase the z-index attribute of the element at hand relative to the one you wish to overlay
     
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