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I have created a form, created a table with background image (image can be changed dynamically) & inside table there are some divs <div>. There are some texts in div, these texts can be altered. What I need to submit/preview the form, when the form will be submitted 'only table' with background image & text wrapped over image to be saved/converted to image (jpg/gif). In a word, the form data & background to be sent next page as image.
I need some quick helps, pls solve the issue.

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It would help if you could use some clear and exact English so that we can all understand your question. First off, why are you placing DIV's inside of a table? TR's belong in a table and TD inside that. Why not use a bunch of DIV's? How is the background being changed? Couldn't you just create in invisible text field containing the address of the background image since it is dynamically created?

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Pls take a look at the file:
There's a form, and inside form there's a table. About 8-10 rows are in the table, each row has some data. When submit the form, it should save the form (with data & background image) as image. In the next page I need to see the image (form with data & background).
Pls help me, its urgent.

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Ok this makes much more sense! I'll take a look and see if I can come up with something. One question: When you click submit, do you want PHP to show the background and text combined together into an image, or replicate the table on the forum page?

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Thanks a lot.
I want PHP to show the background and text combined together into an image when press submit button. It means the next page will show the image.

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Are you using the text as an image as well or just background is an image?

Its the background image of a table. I need to capture text written on table (means background image of table).
Using "imagegrabscreen()" I can capture screen of the browser, but it can't capture the table. If the captured image could be cropped then the problem would be solved.

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