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New to web development and after numerous books on creating websites with Dw and FW or Photoshop. I find that you start making webpages with canned images already sliced and fitted. Nothing I have read talks about creating, editing or sizing your images BEFORE you import them to DW. What is the correct method? Seems to me you need to create, size and splice images first then form a webpage around them. Any advice here...

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    New to web development and after numerous books on creating websites with Dw and FW or Photoshop. I find that you start making webpages with canned images already sliced and fitted. Nothing I have read talks about creating, editing or sizing your images BEFORE you import them to DW. What is the correct method? Seems to me you need to create, size and splice images first then form a webpage around them. Any advice here


    jerush webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    "jerush" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bg3lgm$l56$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > New to web development and after numerous books on creating websites with
    Dw and FW or Photoshop. I find that you start making webpages with canned
    images already sliced and fitted. Nothing I have read talks about creating,
    editing or sizing your images BEFORE you import them to DW. What is the
    correct method? Seems to me you need to create, size and splice images
    first then form a webpage around them. Any advice here
    >
    >
    Have a look at [url]www.playingwithfire.com[/url] - lots of info on using Fireworks
    with Dreamweaver.

    HTH,

    Pete.


    Peter Connolly Guest

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    My approach has always been to have the main images on hand (like the
    header, body, etc) and some other images lurking. When I have a need for the
    other images I will get into FW and size, color, manipulate, etc. I know
    some folks like to not optimize the images at first then go back and redo
    them but I like to get it done upfront.

    BR




    "jerush" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bg3lgm$l56$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > New to web development and after numerous books on creating websites with
    Dw and FW or Photoshop. I find that you start making webpages with canned
    images already sliced and fitted. Nothing I have read talks about creating,
    editing or sizing your images BEFORE you import them to DW. What is the
    correct method? Seems to me you need to create, size and splice images
    first then form a webpage around them. Any advice here
    >
    >

    Bill Ray Guest

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    thanks for the reply



    jerush webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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