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    Junior Member DigitalBliss's Avatar
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    Hey guys,

    I'm looking for a tutorial that can teach me how to use Photoshop to make slices out of a Photoshop layout, then go to Dreamweaver or any editor and create a working layout with it where I can type and add the content. Does that make sense?

    I found one but the person didn't type very well and I got very confused, but I really want to do it now.

    Please help.

    The tutorial I found was at: http://www.thesouthernlegacy.com/for...hp?p=1408#1408

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    This isn't a tutorial, but this is what I do with Photoshop and it works very well:
    1. Slice up your image and save it as a web page with images.
    2. Open up the page in your favourite text editor, and beside it, a new window.
    3. Copy and paste each section of ImageReady-created code a table row at a time, ensuring that you make each row its own table.

      The reason you want to do this is so that if any one row screws up a table layout, it only screws up the table layout within that row.

      In the case of slices which use the ROWSPAN attribute, all of thsoe rows must be a table on their own, not each individual row. (e.g. if you have a slice that says "ROWSPAN=3", then the table must incorporate at least 3 rows.)


    Again, this may help, but it's not really a tutorial. I found most of them to be completely useless.
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    Junior Member DigitalBliss's Avatar
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    That's a good idea. It sounds like it would work I'm going to give it a try tomorrow. Do you have any example sites I could look at to see their code?

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    http://www.webdesignhelper.co.uk/pho...utorial2.shtml

    That is all. Thank you.

    This is where I got all my basic ideas of how to do it.


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    Junior Member DigitalBliss's Avatar
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    Thanks a lot. I printed it and will attempt it later

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    DigitalBliss: only one, since we've only attempted it on Intranet sites before now:

    http://www.adamitpros.ca

    Basically, you'll see that the first row is a table, the second row is a table, and so on and so on.

    Remember...ImageReady does not generate the best code, so you will have to edit it manually.
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    Hmm... that link didn't work :/


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