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I may be mistaken, but I do believe I've recently seen a tutorial that showed you how to have a bit of an image poking out of a banner - and I think the url came from this group. I'll attempt to describe a bit clearer what I want to achieve: I want to make a logo spanning a webpage, with some text in it and an image. If the background of the banner is say blue, and the background of the webpage white, then I want the image 'poking its head into the white bit', like this a neighbour ...

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    Default tut on 'head peeping over banner' type of thing

    I may be mistaken, but I do believe I've recently seen a tutorial that
    showed you how to have a bit of an image poking out of a banner -
    and I think the url came from this group.

    I'll attempt to describe a bit clearer what I want to achieve:

    I want to make a logo spanning a webpage, with some text in it and an
    image. If the background of the banner is say blue, and the background of
    the webpage white, then I want the image 'poking its head into the white
    bit', like this a neighbour hanging over a fence:

    -------------^--------

    Now, does any one know what the heck I'am on about?
    And if you do, can you tell me how to achieve this effect or point me to a
    tutorial?

    Thanks!

    --
    Groet, Adriana.
    [Gravity is a myth. The Earth s.]
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    Default Re: tut on 'head peeping over banner' type of thing

    On Thu, 21 Aug 2003 10:18:51 -0700, Juergen D wrote:
    > I've looked again and I guess you want the image behind the blue layer. In
    > that case you would place layer B between C and D.
    Thanks, Juergen, I am still struggling with the various backgrounds.
    --
    Groet, Adriana.
    [Gravity is a myth. The Earth s.]
    A.Translator Guest

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