Tutorial: Overlaying Text On...

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Tutorial: Overlaying Text On Background Image

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZkhNzZT62E
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Thats great - what if you need to add rows and other content?
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You can always use a Subgrid and apply the background to the Subgrid itself which would cover all the rows and columns within that subgrid.
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Thanks Mansour. Be so much easier if you could just do that in RLM :lol:
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Mark Dean wrote:
Thanks Mansour. Be so much easier if you could just do that in RLM :lol:


I believe the same, if we just could be able to add background image with some basis CSS property control such as :
background-image, background-position, background-repeat, background-size properties, we never know in future RLM could come with more possibilities.
But then since we all know RLM it for wireframing tools and not meant for complete web designing tool.
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Must quickly add my thanks for this as well :) Given me a nice site to play with, although I'm about to ask for help on a couple of concerns, one involving this :)

Thanks again.
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Thats great - what what was your pixel dimension and resolution of the highway pic that you placed?

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Here is the Image

1280 x 853

http://s29.postimg.org/xm6usamef/highway.jpg

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Pretty Amazed that there is no way to do this from the Properties tab in RLM Pro, It should be right under the background color option.
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Hi Michael,

Please remember that RLM is not a website designer it is a "layout maker". I know we are pretty spoiled with a lot of options in RLM, perhaps to many options IMHO. I think these options will be part of Responsive Site Designer when it is launched.
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