The only ways would be: 1. dynamically add the water mark to the actual image (change the pixels) so that the source file has a watermark.
2. add a css layer on top of the image that contains a watermark Which brings me to the question, why don't you just add a watermark to each image? If a css layer or anything esle that DOESN'T change the source file was employed, it would only act as a very mild deterent. Why not just set-up an action script (macro) in Photoshop to batch process all the images with a watermark... end of story. Justin French on 19/06/02 2:22 PM, Peter ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > howdy .... > > does any one know if it's possible to assign a dynamic watermark to am image > or place a watermark effect over a images so it looks like it's on the file > when it's not really?...with out going into layers hopefully ... for > example... > > a user up loads a simple image to the site say in jpg format > when the image is displayed on any page a watermark is disply over part of > the image .. to try and bluff other people into thinking the watermark is > part of the image... > > > > Cheers > > Peter > "the only dumb question is the one that wasn't asked" > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php