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Help after slicing

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Snakez0r    0

Hi!

This is my 1st post, but I've been around for some time.

I'm doing a layout, but I need some tutorial that show what I need to do to make this layout work after the slicing.

I made everything in photoshop, next step, (after finish some details) is the slicing, but i don't know what do I need to do in html (or some other language...) to make this work. :(

I already search in various pages of tutorials, but didn't find a good tutorial.

Does anyone no one that show me what I need to know?

Here's a image of the layout Layout.

What do you think?

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WarStorm    0

welcome to neowin!

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Dr.Jones    0

your link is not working

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Hypoxiaicon    0

Directs to Mircosoft?

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Dr.Jones    0
Directs to Mircosoft?

585583929[/snapback]

lol

firefox search engine thinks that the http://http://whatever means you want to go at microsoft.com..

In IE it says cannot find server..

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Snakez0r    0

Tks greg.douglas! :)

Link correct now.

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Dr.Jones    0

the easy way would be to use adobe image ready. its really perfect for web oriented graphics. there surely is a slicing option

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Snakez0r    0
the easy way would be to use adobe image ready. its really perfect for web oriented graphics. there surely is a slicing option

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Yes, i'll slice it with ImageReady, my problem is after that, to make it functional on web.

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Snakez0r    0

Hi!

Tks ppl! :)

But... my problem is not with the tables cause when you make the slice on ImageReady and save as.. html, he puts everything in a table just like the ones you show, but then i don't know how I can write above the images, and when I click in a button make some animations, etc etc.

And....what do you think about the layout guys?

All type of opinion are welcome! :)

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MiG-    2

Your going to need a program like dreamweaver which can read the slices imageready has made, then u can attach roll overs to images and attach links, add tables and wat not.

You can get a 30 day trial from macromedia of dreamweaver

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Starchild    0
Hi!

Tks ppl! :)

But... my problem is not with the tables cause when you make the slice on ImageReady and save as.. html, he puts everything in a table just like the ones you show, but then i don't know how I can write above the images, and when I click in a button make some animations, etc etc.

And....what do you think about the layout guys?

All type of opinion are welcome! :)

585588018[/snapback]

You can do all that in ImageReady. Consult ImageReady's help files.

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MiG-    2

yeah but if the website gets complicated dreamweaver would be much easier to use than imageready

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Marc A.    0

Based on your level of knowledge, I'd stick with rollovers built in image ready, as mentioned above, utilize image ready's help files for a tutorial, or search the web.

As for your design, it's not bad, but I'd make the navigation text(s) easier to read.

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