Using the CANVAS object introduced by HTML5 we can do several operations on images. Today we see how to apply a text watermark.
I have already covered (in italian) the topic in the past, but I explained how to apply a watermark using a logo in PNG. Now let’s see how to apply a text watermark.
The extended project can be seen on http://jswatermark.andreafortuna.org: it’s a client-side tool for scaling images and applying watermark.
It’s started as a custom application dedicated to the volunteers of the photographic section of the “International Journalism Festival 2015” in Perugia and then I decided to make it available to the public.
The ‘heart’ of the tool is collected in the following snippet, in which the image is reduced to a maximum size of 800x600 pixels, and is applied a translucent watermark text in the lower right of the picture:
The full source code is available on my git repository on bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/andreafortuna/watermarktool/.
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