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John Marshall3,475 Points
This site has an awesome header banner. The image stays fixed with text centered over it.
Anyone have any idea how to create this effect?
Steven Parker224,810 Points
I didn't see anything fixed, everything scrolled together. If you're just talking about having text over an image, that's the normal behavior when you use an image as a background.
But if you wanted to achieve an effect where an image doesn't move, it could be done in at least two different ways, depending on whether the image in question was part of the background or not.
For the background, the CSS property background-attachment can be used to hold the background still while the other parts of the page scroll.
For a foreground image, the CSS property position can be used to place the image at a particular screen location and make it unaffected by scrolling.
All of these concepts are covered in several of the CSS courses and workshops available here.