I am just wondering if there is some way to add a banner to a picture on a web page. I know you can do it with a back ground but i don't kno how with a picture.
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Stud1905, is this what you meant? If it is, all you have to do is cut up your image to fit the banner in. If you don't know what I mean look at the source for the page.
You can do the same with layers without having to cut up the image but unfortunately layers are not supported in Netscape 4X so I would not choose to go with them.
Make a table, say for example 3 columns by 3 rows:
R1C1 R1C2 R1C3
R2C1 R2C2 R2C3
R3C1 R3C2 R3C3
Place your banner script in the center of the table (R2C2), and slice up your picture/image to fit around it in the other cells.
Learn about image slicing and tables for placing images near each other. There are hundreds of tutorials about this. Just use your banner script in place of where you would place part of the picture (make sure the dimensions are the same size, for example if the banners are running at 460x60, place the script in a cell that dim).
It's an elementary procedure. I do it with flash movies all the time: I'll make an image of a TV set and cut out the screen (which is the center cell) and replace it with a flash movie of the same dimensions. I can change the movies as I wish.
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Stud1905, I gave you an example of a sliced image. Just replace the banner <img src="..."> code with the banner rotation code.