I decided, rightly, or wrongly, to try to place the text of my webpage within a shaped area. Hereís an example: http://www.pictures-on-walls.com/Exp...xperiment.html
I achieved what I wanted . . . well, almost . . . I can see my text links through the transparent part of the image, but because Iíve laid the image in front of the text, I cannot get to the links.
Iíve just learned about z-indexing, but that doesnít seem to help in this case. Maybe because the text is within an iframe?
Any clever ideas, simply explained, would be gratefully received.
Use Flash and a whole new world of possibilities opens up. Links, scrolling, mouseover events, and a lot more.
I'll look in to it - thanks
Originally Posted by Eye for Video
You could do that in a simpler way by using a GIF image that has a transparency in the shape you want it.
The text would be a layer below the image and any scrolling would show up when it passes in front of the transparency.
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Thank you, \\.\. Problem sorted now though – I ended up using CSS frames, which seemed to do what I wanted. Although, out of curiosity, I will look into the JS method. Thanks again.
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