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You could use the image as a back ground image. All text would then appear above the image, but positioning the image and text will not be easy.
You could also put the text in place on the image in photoshop
how would i use the image as a background image
and also i realize that i can put in the text in photoshop, however i do not want the text to be a graphic, in other words the user on my site should be able to highlight the text.
You would use CSS to specify that the image is a background image for
whatever container has your text.
And John-in-UK is correct in that if you want the text to be precisely
placed within the background image you are going to be nailing jelly to a
wall. Your visitors can resize the text in their browser, and your
alignment goes out the window.
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"ben8999" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> how would i use the image as a background image
> and also i realize that i can put in the text in photoshop, however i do
> want the text to be a graphic, in other words the user on my site should
> able to highlight the text.