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    Senior Member Shani's Avatar
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    I haven't used Photoshop 7 in 2.5 years!

    Any ways... I'm pretty sure if you File>Save Optimized... One of you options (it's a check box) is Save HTML and images.
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    I'm not a big fan of "quick and dirty" Photoshopped sites that are held together by sliced images and fixed tables. I'd prefer using a simple text editor and adding in my own HTML and CSS.

    But that's just me.

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    I have Photoshop 7. But I don't see any option to save the image as "HTML & Images." Is this simply a file name you were reffering to? Or is this a file type?
    slice as needed...

    file > save for web...

    choose optimization settings...

    and then when you save, make sure the type is "html and images" in the save... dialog box.
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    Hey! You can use other graphics programs..My beloved PSP 9 slices images really well. I like this tutorial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by obsessedfae
    Hey! You can use other graphics programs..My beloved PSP 9 slices images really well. I like this tutorial!
    FYI obsessedfae refers, I believe, to PaintShop Pro.
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    There is no Photoshop 9, technically speaking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCScene
    There is no Photoshop 9, technically speaking.
    PSP 9 would be PaintShop Pro, not Photoshop.
    I am Alan Hogan (@alanhogan on Twitter). I like PHP, UI/UX design, and OS X.

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    thanks!! very useful!

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    Wow... this tutorial was written 5 years ago! Don't use it anymore!

    The techniques are completely outdated. Switch over to XHTML and CSS-based design instead.

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    5 years ago?!?!

    well... i'll switch to xhtml and css when there will be a tutorial


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