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    Question question

    I have a question. When ever you make a layout and you want text on the image and on the html, how do you add it so you can edit it in html and psd. I saw this on monstertemplates where you see the text on the psd and on the html code to edit.
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    The text is sitting on top of an image that is set as a background in those cases (if I am understanding the question correctly).
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    To give you a more detailed answer...

    The image is set to the background of a table, and the text is inside the table.

    Hope this helps!

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    Make sure you size the table to the dimensions of the background image
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    i know this.... i meant how can the text be on the psd and not be with the image when u slice
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    Well this kind of depends.

    This is how I do things in PhotoShop 7

    If the background of the slice (the image behind it) is a solid color Then:

    Right click on the slice and select "edit slice options".
    Change slice type to "no image"
    Insert text in the box below,
    Change "Slice Background Type" to other and choose the color.

    If the image behind the text is not a solid color, and is actually a picture, then you will need to do the following.

    Find the layer of text that you don't want in the image, and click on the EYE in the layer listing to hide visibility.

    You are still going to have to edit things in your HTML editor, you will probably have to change the image to the background for the table, as it won't be put there automatically.

    Vince

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