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hi,

i would like to know if its possible in HTML

to have a picture over lap the whole website?

like a picture just saying UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

kinda like a watermark

thanks

also where can i find a site that shows me the html code to allow me to position a picture anywhere i want it?

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RE: over lapping a picture on a website
use CSS.

Example (in-line CSS):
<div style="position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; width:100%; z-index:10;">
something goes in here</div>

To overlap multiples layer, simply change the z-index, while to move your contents in your div, simply change the pixel value for top(bottom) and left(right).

Edit: you can add width and/or height or other attributes for the inline CSS.

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use CSS.

Example (in-line CSS):
<div style="position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; width:100%; z-index:10;">
something goes in here</div>

To overlap multiples layer, simply change the z-index, while to move your contents in your div, simply change the pixel value for top(bottom) and left(right).

Edit: you can add width and/or height or other attributes for the inline CSS.

ok, great!

how do i add that into my site?

thanks
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RE: over lapping a picture on a website
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Originally posted by xJ +
use CSS.

Example (in-line CSS):
<div style="position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; width:100%; z-index:10;">
something goes in here</div>

To overlap multiples layer, simply change the z-index, while to move your contents in your div, simply change the pixel value for top(bottom) and left(right).

Edit: you can add width and/or height or other attributes for the inline CSS.

ok, great!

how do i add that into my site?

thanks
I would take a wild guess and say... copy paste?
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Originally posted by TheMusicPirate
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Originally posted by xJ +
use CSS.

Example (in-line CSS):
<div style="position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; width:100%; z-index:10;">
something goes in here</div>

To overlap multiples layer, simply change the z-index, while to move your contents in your div, simply change the pixel value for top(bottom) and left(right).

Edit: you can add width and/or height or other attributes for the inline CSS.

ok, great!

how do i add that into my site?

thanks
I would take a wild guess and say... copy paste?

lol hahaha!! :P

another dumb question.

is there a way to fade the background? like everything behind the watermark?
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RE: over lapping a picture on a website
use photoshop or other image program that can fade images. Save that particular image thereafter.

Not recommended to use Javascript cause some browsers might not support it.
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