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CSS, layers - background image slicing
How do I use a sliced bkgnd image with layers ontop
kiwinky




msg:972933
 9:54 pm on Jan 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

Hi,
A few quick questions, I seem to be confusing myself the more I try to figure out where I am trying to get to.
I am new to designing with layers and image slicing.

I am looking to use a sliced image (for quicker loading reasons -made in fireworks, site built in dreamweaver.)
as the background and then place a layer over the top of it for a main text box. CSS controls the page.
[snip]
This site is only using one HUGE sliced background image, including the main text box. No layers have been used yet.

I get confused when I try to figure out how, that a sliced image is insterted as fireworks html inside a table, and using layers over top. Can I do that?

If I cant - How can I insert a background image (not sliced )without taking to much loading time. but then..I fiugre I need the slicing in order to use the rolloever features of the menu built in fireworks.

I am confusing me self. And if you dont any of the above - sorry! It's hard for me to explain without sounding like an idiot.

Many thanks!
Cara

[edited by: JamesR at 8:15 pm (utc) on Jan. 5, 2004]
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JamesR




msg:972934
 9:07 pm on Jan 5, 2004 (gmt 0)

I believe you can set an image as a background property in each individual cell. I guess you would just use the slices as the backgrounds and then just use text as you normally would and you will get the layered effect.

kiwinky




msg:972935
 4:00 am on Jan 7, 2004 (gmt 0)

How about using actual layers? within dreamweaver. How can I use those and not confuse myself any more? :)

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