ASP.NET version of “Name Tag”

Posted: July 1, 2009 in ASP, ASP.Net

This sample shows you how to load a background image from a file, add some text to the image using ASP.NET’s graphics capabilities, and serve the resulting image to a browser.

As an example we’ll be using an image of one of those “Hello My Name Is” name tag stickers that we’ve all seen at conferences and get togethers. We’ll load the image, add a name to the tag and send the image to the browser. The name will be pulled from the QueryString so it can easily be changed.

Here’s a zip file of the code along with the sample background image (13 KB).

Here are a couple of links to the script that pass in different names for reference:

John
Fred Q. Smith

Play with the running version.

View the live source code.

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