Superimpose a text on an image


#1

what is the wappler command to superimpose a text on an image?
Thank You


#2

I think you will have to do that with CSS, lots of 'how to"s on web
Here is a decent one.


#3

Yes, of course, but I wanted to know if there is a Wappler procedure to get a result


#4

Hi Marzio, it may depends on the context you want to do that, but my suggestion, if you want to go all visual (using the design panel)) would be to create a container and put your image as a background into it and add you inline text over it.

Hope this help :slight_smile:


#5

Hello Marzio,
There is no a “Wappler command” for doing this. As others suggested this is something standard/basic done with HTML/CSS. There are two ways of doing it:

  • Add an image in a container, then add the text and make its position absolute. Then adjust text position using the top/bottom/left/right attributes.
  • Use a background image for your container with the text.

#6

With Wappler, you can also use jumbotron and set background image using css, you can modify the texts as needed.