Is there any way we can see your website? Fishing around in the dark is not a good way to give advice.
I should also mention that the "slicing Photoshop files" method of website building is probably not the way we build websites anymore, if I understand where you are coming from.
Generally speaking, if you have an image in the background set up in your style sheet, you should be able to put things on top of that image.
So, let's say we have a div and I'm going to call it "player." We may want to have more than one player on a page, so we'll give it a class:
<source src="/path/myaudio.ogg" type="audio/ogg">
<source src="/path/myaudio.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">
Your browser does not support the audio element.
Now, what I have done here is to create an HTML5 Audio player. The web page with the audio must be HTML5. And you will probably need to edit your .htaccess file to include the following:
AddType audio/ogg .oga
AddType video/ogg .ogv
AddType application/ogg .ogg
AddHandler application-ogg .ogg .ogv .oga
If you don't know how to edit an .htaccsss file, you should be able to add those MIME types in your host's Control Panel.
The way you declare an HTML5 document is to start the document with:
This would be before you start your <head> region.
But I must warn you, I'm offering all of this with a great deal of trepidation. I believe you're putting together a website using tables and inline code for things like backgrounds and such. Modern web design does not use tables to format web pages.
Without looking at what you're doing, there is a very big limit as to how I can advise you.
PS is a graphics app. What you have now is a design comp that must be translated into a real web page with HTML & CSS code. Unfortunately, PS generated code is far too rigid and unstable for use in a real site. That's why you're struggling to work with it.
Start over with one of the pre-built layouts in DW. Go to File > New > Blank page > HTML. Choose a layout from the 3rd panel and hit Create.
SaveAs index.html (your web site's home page) or some other filename.html.
Insert images & real text into the HTML.
Use the CSS Design panel to style your content & apply backgrounds to divs.
Also, work through this 5-part tutorial.
Creating your first web site in DW -