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    sliced photoshop to html

    How do I turn the sliced photoshop to html? is there any software to help with this or it must be done manually?

    are there any tutorial teach me how to do this? Thanks alot

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    you have to do it manually? use the slice tool and slice the image as many times as you want and save it for the web. it will give you a few choices but select the .html and images choice and there you have it.
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    any other easy method? since it only returns one single table with all of the sliced images

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    I don't like to use Photoshop to produce HTML and such, I find that the pages it produces does not scale very well with different screen sizes. It's better to cut them into seperate images and save them, then use your web editing package to put the site together.
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    I prefer using Fireworks MX. And manually save the slice image. So I have more contol over my pages

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    what version of photoshop are you using ? i think from v.6 onwards the "save for web..." dialog - which, if memory serves me right, is actually a shared component from imageready ? - lets you save all sliced images + the html that goes with it. check your help files...
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    As redux says above, the easy way to go from PhotoShop is to use the "Jump To" option to hop over to Imageready via PhotoShop, then use the slice features there, optimize then save optimized, sliced image as an html file. All nice n sliced [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]
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