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KB0048: How do I add a watermark to all pages in Epub or Kindle?

You can add extra CSS for some sections or every section in your book if you wish, and this could contain a background image.

To add CSS for a single section document, right-click on the document, select Properties, then type CSS code in Extra CSS, such as:

body {
 background-image: url(image.gif);
 background-repeat: no-repeat;
 background-attachment: fixed;
}
To add the image for all pages (except the cover), go to Project Properties (Edit on the toolbar), click Styles, then click the Edit button on the top row of buttons, to edit the properties of the Jutoh style sheet. You can add custom CSS here that will be included by all section documents.

You can add image.gif as a media document - it will be added to Resources and written to the Epub or Kindle file.

Jutoh Plus also has a template facility for further customising each section of the book.


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