Subject: [xsl] Re: (none)|
From: "J.Pietschmann" <j3322ptm@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2003 21:52:33 +0200
I have looked at background images, but they don't seem to be quite what I want. I need to have complete control over the position and size of the image
and I also need to be able to specify that it appear on eg first page only, all but first and all pages.
Use a page-sequence-master with a first simple-page-master featuring the background and the rest without it.
As an alternative, is it possible to place an image in a block-container within the body text, but specify that it should appear on all pages, all but first page or first page etc.
No. The only way to get something page-oriented is through page masters and static content.
As for transparent image, I meant that the background colour of the image should be made transparent (I believe most applications usually take left corner pixel as background colour).
The spec leaves this to the processor and the capabilities of the output medium. PDF can have transparent colors. You need to specify an appropriate image format, I'd try a RGBA-PNG, setting the alpha channel for the background to, well, either 1.0 or 0.0.