View Full Version : Looking For A Tut on Inserting sliced images

07-13-2007, 07:42 PM
Hi there, does anyone know of a tutorial on how to create a layout (not CSS) where you use sliced images in the logo design. A sample of what I am talking about can be viewed on this link here (http://www.pamgolding.co.za/lifestyles/prop_dev_bonakahle.asp?complex_code=4716&Dev=True) . I did see a video on youtube, but it was so small I could hardly see what was going on.

I have used dreamweaver for some time but I still cannot master it. Maybe one day. I have also used other pages as samples, but it's not the same as creating ones own design.

IF anyone knows of a tut or video tut that will be helpful, please let me know. (that will apply to css tuts as well for beginners).

It is hectic keeping up with all this advancement - just when you get used to tables, along comes CSS!! :)

I did try searching the forum, but did not come up with anything.

Thanks in advance.



07-22-2007, 01:34 PM

Good luck.

07-24-2007, 09:28 AM
Anyone who needs to see a video on importing Photoshop files into Fireworks let me know.


07-24-2007, 03:13 PM

Do you still need a tut on creating a website with sliced images from Photoshop?

Kate - Why would anyone want to bring a PS file into FW? Are you a FW fan? I smell trouble....:)

07-24-2007, 03:19 PM

I think its an easier way to transfer files from Photoshop to fire Works. A friend made it so I guess there is a call for it.

07-24-2007, 04:26 PM
Good cover - lol. Ya, some people really like FW but I tent to find those are the same that don't know a lot about PS. Thought FW is better now that Adobe has it (I sure some out there will disagree with that)

07-24-2007, 06:51 PM

Its not the case this person would'nt know Photoshop...nonononono...lmaooooooo
Here is a little about the author of that video....

Expertise: DWMX, FWMX, FlashMX, FreehandMX, DirectorMX, Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition, AfterEffects, Premiere, InDesign and Acrobat. Workflow and integration of the tools in the MX Studio with an eye to working smarter not harder.

Contributions: Teacher, Lecturer, Author, Chief Cook and Bottle Washer. Multimedia Instructor at Humber College's School of Media Studies in Toronto. Author of "Director 8 with Shockwave Fast and Easy" for Prima Tech, "Building Web Sites with Macromedia Studio MX" and "Building Dynamic Web Sites with Macromedia Studio MX" for New Riders. Team Macromedia Member for Fireworks MX 2004.

No this author wanted to help the community that may be struggling getting Photoshop into FW. I remember when Adobe took over Macromedia there were a few nail biters in case FW became a casualty.


07-25-2007, 05:53 PM
I'd say they know a little about a few programs. I actually started in FW believe it or not. Don't remember why, I think it was because it was available to me and PS was not at the time. At some point in time I made it over to Photoshop and never looked back.

I am only playing around with you so I hope your not taking me seriously. I respect any knowledge of any program.

07-25-2007, 06:16 PM
Wrong again...hahaahha

He is very proficient in all of those programes. Look for yourself:



See he doen't just know a bit about each programe - he produce great stuff from these programes.

Quit while your ahead jittor..lmaooooooooooooo



07-25-2007, 06:19 PM
LOL - I'm tapping out.

07-25-2007, 06:25 PM

I thought you might...wise one!