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Posted on 2007-11-15
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Hi,

I am looking for the best css setup for the following page:

http://www.dieselnewavejournal.com/sample.jpg

It is an image with some text around it...the text needs to be in css except the words "logo here" and "leave" those will be images.

Could someone please advice and if possible for some samples/tutorials I could follow

Thank you.

Regards.
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Hello,

You will want the graphics as one big background image and then position the two text elements over that background image. This is a rough example

<div style="background:url(images/bg.jpg) no-repeat left top;width:600px;height:600px;position:relative;">
<h1 style="position:absolute;top:300px;left:300px;">logo here</h1>
<div style="height:100px;position:absolute;left:100px;overflow:auto;top:450px;width:200px;">lots of text</div>
</div>
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by:Charlesfx9
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Works great that way...thank you Steggs,

Warm Regards,

charles
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