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Adding image problem

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Pootis Spencer    17

Hi,

I have been asked how to add a images to some boxes in a page of a website that was not built by me.

I am having trouble on how to alter the html code to add the images so came here for help.

I'm probably missing the obvious as usual.

 

The page is http://thelittlecoffeebagco.com/procorp.html

 

As you can see on this page you have a grid of boxes that have a hover effect and also a link to the product.

This page is unfinished as I need to add the product images to the boxes keeping the name and hover effect.

 

The line of code for the boxes is:

<div class="brands"><div class="border"><div class="logo"><a href="productcorp2.html" class="dynlink">Blend N°2 Gift Box</a></div></div></div>

I hope that someone can help. Thanks

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+virtorio    3,128

HTML:

<div class="brands">
  <div class="border blend-n1-gift-box">
    <div class="logo">
      <a href="productcorp1.html" class="dynlink">Blend N?1 Gift Box</a>
    </div>
  </div>
</div>

CSS:

.blend-n1-gift-box {
  background-image: url(http://www.designandgrace.com/store/images/stories/coffee_beans.jpg);
}

Sample:

post-27111-0-85449000-1392718973.jpg

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Pootis Spencer    17

Anyone help please?

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+i11usive    6,086

You can add a background using CSS - .logo { background-image:(/images/mybackground); }

 

You may have to add additional class names to each div.

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the better twin    364

I wouldn't advise using background images for product shots. You should be using inline <img> tags so you can include alt tags, and your images will be seen by screen readers / search engines.

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Pootis Spencer    17

HTML:


<div class="brands">
  <div class="border blend-n1-gift-box">
    <div class="logo">
      <a href="productcorp1.html" class="dynlink">Blend N?1 Gift Box</a>
    </div>
  </div>
</div>

CSS:


.blend-n1-gift-box {
  background-image: url(http://www.designandgrace.com/store/images/stories/coffee_beans.jpg);
}

Sample:

 

Thank you. That will do just fine.

I wouldn't advise using background images for product shots. You should be using inline <img> tags so you can include alt tags, and your images will be seen by screen readers / search engines.

 Yes I understand that but I just needed a very quick fix just to get the images on there. I'm sure they will get it coded correctly at a later date.

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