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    Senior Member boolean's Avatar
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    Hey guys,
    I'm using fireworks MX, and I was wondering how can I set text to be html and not an image?
    Like I'm making a layout, and I dont want the text to be in the picture, but rather I want it to be html Ex. <FONT SIZE="32">TEXT GOES HERE</FONT>

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    Fireworks is used to make the images in the layout of a website. After you've laid it all out, slice the image and import it into an HTML editor, like Dreamweaver. There are some tutorials in the tutorials forum here at WDF that may be helpful.

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    Senior Member boolean's Avatar
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    eh, I know that, but I read in a book somewhere how it was done.

    It was some property thing.. oh well

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    You really shouldn't depend on fireworks for this. Any text that you want to display in your page as HTML should be composed separately from your image. Think of them as separate elements. All fireworks does is create overlapping DIVs - one with an image and one with HTML text... you should be able to do the same yourself.

    Incidentally, you should not do this if you want your text to be in a non-standard font or to have graphical alterations to it (for instance, a drop shadow or stroke). If you want "graphical" text, you should just keep it as a graphic.

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    eh, I know that, but I was just wondering how it was done incase I ever would need it.


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