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Does anyone have a quick link to a tutorial as to how to implement a
watermark image on a page? Not the 'background image' but a watermark . . .

Thanks!!

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Jul 20 '05 #1
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"Christo" <si**************@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Does anyone have a quick link to a tutorial as to how to implement a
watermark image on a page? Not the 'background image' but a watermark . . ..


What's the difference?

Jul 20 '05 #2

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Christo <si**************@yahoo.com> wrote in
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Does anyone have a quick link to a tutorial as to how to implement a
watermark image on a page? Not the 'background image' but a
watermark . . .


Can you cite an example url?

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Jul 20 '05 #3

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*Christo*:

Does anyone have a quick link to a tutorial as to how to implement a
watermark image on a page?


If you don't mean something like

backround: url("foo.img") fixed no-repeat center;

you'd have to explain further what you want.

<http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/colors.html#q2>

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Jul 20 '05 #4

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In article <1f**************************@dcanet.allthenewsgro ups.com>,
si**************@yahoo.com enlightened us with...
Does anyone have a quick link to a tutorial as to how to implement a
watermark image on a page? Not the 'background image' but a watermark . . .


You mean a digital watermark for an image?
That's done in the graphics software. How to do it depends on the
software you're using.

If you meant an image that is in the background of every page, that's
just an image that's in the background of every page, often sitting in a
table cell or styled with CSS to keep it in place.

You want more, show us an example URL.

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Jul 20 '05 #5

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(sorry for alt username, I am now reading these lists through webdesig
forum, and not Outlook Express)

Anyway, what prompted my original question was that when I use a sit
grabber tool to download an entire website to my hard drive (so I ca
study the structure) I saw a citation to an image that didnt appear i
the files I grabbed.

I was wondering if some kind of watermark image was somehow inset int
the page differently than just the background image.

Thanks for the help; I will try to verify whether this is just a re
herring I stumbled over or what.

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Jul 20 '05 #6

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vargas wrote:
Anyway, what prompted my original question was that when I use a site
grabber tool to download an entire website to my hard drive (so I can
study the structure) I saw a citation to an image that didnt appear in
the files I grabbed.


Just like that URL to the page containing
the image (the one that you put in your post)
does not seem to have appeared in my
newsreader. Strange that.

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Jul 20 '05 #7

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vargas <va***********@mail.forum4designers.com> wrote:
Anyway, what prompted my original question was that when I use a site
grabber tool to download an entire website to my hard drive (so I can
study the structure)


"I only read it for the structure." Pfft.
Jul 20 '05 #8

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Quoth the raven named vargas:
(sorry for alt username, I am now reading these lists through webdesign
forum, and not Outlook Express)


Why would you want to use that web page instead of a newsreader? Even
Outlook Express is better than that forum!

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