I'm new here, so I hope I phrased my question correctly.
I'm on a Mac, using Firefox and Safari.
Using a background which has a feint lined notebook image, with a ruled margin,
and want to place text on the lines, so they don't move. Its a kind of written
report/notebook style page.
So I tried a trick I found on Google - using CSS, which puts the background
image off the page, and then places text on it thru html, etc.
The initial problem with the background is that it resizes as the screen/window
resizes, leaving the text off the lines. Also, it don't work with IE.
So I tried to fix the background at letter size, and fix the text as I wanted it, in
Word, then convert to html. Text position is not maintained accurately enough
when converting from Word to html.
Now I'm wondering if I can create an image (e.g. jpg) of the Word file (using
the background page with the text on it, and just put this up as an image
on the landing page.
Is there any way to do this in DW? Or am I off the track here with what I'm
trying to acheive?
Using a background which has a faint lined notebook image, with a ruled margin, and want to place text on the lines, so they don't move.
Not possible, sorry. Trying to precisely align text over a large static background image on web pages is like trying to nail Jell-O to a wall. Owing to different browsers, devices and users settings, you cannot control how big/small text will appear on screen unless you make your site entirely with images or Flash (not recommended).