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    Aight thanx again... heh... I only been doing pages for about 3 weeks, so this is my first... I usually pick things up quick but tables was a pain..

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    I was wondering if there was some way to type over GIFS.. I know it's probably basic but i just started and havent found it anywhere =/ please help...

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    Layers is your answer. Be careful with Netscape, though, it doesnt fully support layers yet.

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    try this:

    <td background="my_image.gif">this me typing over a gif image</td>

    or you can place the image in the background of the table, but be careful because netscape doesn't treat background images in tables correctly...

    see this thread for more information: http://www.webmaster-resources.com/f...ML/000454.html

    [This message has been edited by cow (edited March 24, 2000).]

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    Please note that in any browser that if you put an image as a background for a table or cell it will be cropped to the size of the finished layout. This may or may not have the desired result. If you wish to have multiple layers of graphics and text then you need to use <div>'s and assign varying z-indexes to their style sheets. A negative z-index is below text and a positive z-index is above the text.

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