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bomber2b

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Msg#: 3044319 posted 3:08 am on Aug 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

G'day all,
Look im new to web design, and iv created my first website, though now I wish to make it look better, so I have decided to create a new navigation bar in Adobe Imageready CS2, the new nav bar has slices and rollover states for example. The problem that I am having is that once the nav bar is complete Im not sure how to go about actually PUTTING IT INTO MY SITE IN DREAMWEAVER? I have saved the nav bar using "Save Optimized As" though I don't know where to go from there.
I know this question has been asked before though the way people answered it didnt make much sense to me.
Cheers

 

opifex

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Msg#: 3044319 posted 3:54 am on Aug 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

not familiar with the adobe toys, but i do remember that the old photoshop saved such things as .gif slices in a table... copy the table from the page you saved and put it in the page you are making in dreamweaver .... if there is an associated js script or .js file, be shure to move that also....
personal advice .... adobe doesn't optimize the images very well (large file sizes) and is generally pretty sloppy ... hope they have improved ,, but if your menue takes 5 minutes to load on a dial-up connection ..... trash it! and start over

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