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  • I am trying to create a “page” on a new WP site I created. I want the page I am creating to have an underlying graphic image file and on top of the image I want to be able to add my textual content. I have read sections of the Codex dealing with images and I can’t seem to find a simple explanation of how this can be done – assuming it can be done simply at all. I’m new to WP 2.6.2 and have no programming skills to work with html and style sheets. I am hoping that this type of page creation is WYSIWYG in Word Press 2.6.2.

    Is there a simple way to accomplish what I need to do? If there is, can someone please explain how to do it (step by step). So far, the best I can do is get the graphic above, below, left and right of the text.

    Thanks for any help.

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  • whooami

    (@whooami)

    Member

    are you 80 and blogging poetry???

    I think that is SO incredibly awesome.

    I am hoping that this type of page creation is WYSIWYG in Word Press 2.6.2.

    Its not.

    email me, and I will help you. You need to get upgraded to 2.6.2 also, AND that guestbook you have — thats a bad idea. My sister uses that guestbook package, and hers is constantly being hacked — 🙁

    whoo ATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT village-idiot.org

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