Placing text on top of images

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Hi Im a newbie in web design currently I have lay outed a design using photoshop CS and save it for web the problem Is I have a 750x550 size and comes the problem how can I put some text over the images or .GIF backgrounds Im using I frames on the right side I can`t seem to add text using dreamweaver MX overlapping the background image please help thanks..... :D :D :D
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Wow! That was a long sentence. :D

Can you post a link, or some code?

For putting text on top of an image you have 2 options. Well, 3 really.

1. Use the background of the object that contains the text. For example, a TD or DIV.

2. Use CSS layers to position the image and text objects over one another.

3. Put the text in an image, but don't do number 3.

The IFRAME question I don't understand. Sorry.
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Hi again sorry for my wrong grammer and stuff. here is my example http://www.webmx04.tk this site was totally created in photoshop for example I want to put some text on the Blackboard near The finalfantasy girl don`t know her name but she sure is pretty hehe what should I put thanks !!![/url]
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Not trying to get off of subject, but you REALLY got to work on your run-on sentences. It really confused me while reading it. I couldn't tell what should end and what was starting.

btw, Her name is Lulu and she is off of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy XI..
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Sorry for my grammer Im from the Phil I found the answer to my question using "div" thanks a lot ... :D :D :D
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