Subject: Re: [xsl] Images in block-containers|
From: "J.Pietschmann" <j3322ptm@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 20:18:09 +0200
I'm fairly new to XML. I am adding images to XSL in block-containers. I've found that if I add them to the body region and before any other blocks, the images are behind any body text.
If I add them to the region-before, they appear over the text, partially covering it. Is there any property which will specify that the region-before should be beneath the body text or that the image contained in the region-before should be beneath the body text?
Maybes you run into a processor specific limitation. You should state your processor and its version. In any case, I suspect you try something like watermarks. Use a background image for the body for this purpose.
Also, is there any way of specifying that an image contained in a block-container should be transparent?
No. How do you define "transparent image"? If it's transparent, you can't see it.