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  1. #1
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    This may seem like a silly question to some, and to be honest I suppose I could work it out myself. But I just thought that if I'm gonna do this then I am gonna do it right.

    I have a concept idea for a website for a friends company and intend to integrate html, flash and css. Now I am new to all the above technologies but I am very familiar with graphic design, so the graphics will be no problem.

    I am looking for the correct procedure for creating the graphics for the site. Should I create them as a whole image and slice, or create individual images and place them as needed?

    Next its flash/fireworks questions: Can css be used with flash animations for text based parts of the sites as in transitions and fades and stuff.

    I'm sorry if this is a stupid question, but where better to ask heehee!!!

    Thanks all


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    Senior Member DanielOliver's Avatar
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    I would slice the images then export it all including the html. Then once you have all that. Just recreate it all as you would like it with you own hand written code and CSS. Don't rely on the exported html because it is usually a load of crap.
    If you created it image by image you are making a lot of hard work for yourself I think. And you risk miss aligning things. A whole image being sliced is easier. You don't really need to export the html either. I just do for some reason.

    CSS can't be used within the flash movie. Not that I have heard any way.

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