WEB Quick question, let's say I Slice out an image into HTML/images, and want to add text

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  1. komplex

    komplex New Member

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    How would I make it so the text is selectable, and copyable instead of an image. I've been trying to figure this out but simply can't find it anywhere; basically right now I have the .html website running under images/links but the text isn't selectable.
     
  2. Ev0lv3

    Ev0lv3 New Member

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    css yo.
     
  3. komplex

    komplex New Member

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    Right, but I have no idea where to begin, or what code to input, or etc. I looked at the CCS school informative sheet guide, and a few other sites but nothing really is spot on for what I'm trying to do, and it seems like it would be simple!
     
  4. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    what are you talking about? paste the code
     
  5. Insert Tokens

    Insert Tokens Making Cancer My Bitch OT Supporter

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    You need to get rid of the text off your design before slicing and exporting, then set the images on your text areas as a background image, and place text over it :dunno:
     
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    Yeah paste your code, or give a link to your website and someone can look into it.
     
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    the ghettoest way would be to replace the graphical slice with a container of the same size with a matching bg and to put the text in

    otherwise just align the actual graphics into a page
     

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