In Firefox, you can use the Toolbar menu icon and the toolbar button in the upper right corner of the screen to activate the Toolbar Options dialog window.
For the Watermark options, simply open the Watermark options window, select the desired setting, and select “Save watermark”. If you want to create a watermark for every image uploaded to the blog, simply select the “All Images” option that appears in the drop-down selector at the top of the new Watermarked button.
You can also change the size of the watermark by selecting the “watermark size” option at the top of the Watermarked button. This setting will affect what image you’ll display as watermarked if you have multiple images on your site. For example, if your site has a photo gallery, and you have several photos that all have the same size, the image you need to display in the watermark will have the same size for each image.
To create a Watermark, click the button next to the “Watermark” in the lower left corner of the toolbar window. This will launch the Watermark Settings page or press the “+” button next to the “Watermark” in the upper right corner of the toolbar.
A watermark size will appear as the number on the left, and a checkmark on the right. Set it to the image size you require, and optionally define a name for your watermark that will appear under the watermark size box when the watermark is displayed on the site, by right clicking on the watermark, selecting the new “Watermark Name” option from the drop-down list, then using the name to give it to your users. Click “Save watermark name” to accept the watermark and go back to the toolbar settings page where you’ll see the updated watermark settings that you’ve just set.
For more information on watermarking your web pages or adding special features to your web site, visit Watermarking web tips or read the Firebug Watermarking article.
By Dan Bader
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