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    VICTORY IS MINE! luchazard's Avatar
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    Image ready, and golive

    I have PhotoSHop now and Illustrator... what is image ready and go live do I need them? what exactly do they do?

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    ImageReady comes with Photoshop and is used to slice & dice web graphics and create animated gifs, rollovers, that kind of thing.

    GoLive is Adobe's wysiwyg website authoring package. I use it, and prefer it to Dreamweaver. Some here would encourage you to use neither and handcode everything. Which way you go is up to you.

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    SitePoint Wizard Bill Posters's Avatar
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    Over 200 posts on a web-design forum and you don't know what GoLive is?

    Have you been living in a Notepad bubble or something?
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    Photoshop Ninja jonnya's Avatar
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    Over 200 posts on a web-design forum and you don't know what GoLive is?
    I ditto that!!
    Image Ready is a very useful application for web graphics production. It's kinda like a slim version of Photoshop with a whole bunch of web features built into it... very useful for certain applications. If you have a legit copy of Photoshop (as you SHOULD, I havn't used riped off software for many years now... support the hard work that goes into these applications!), Image Ready does indeed come with version 5.5 and above.

    Personally I prefer Dreamweaver UltraDev over Go Live... but I read a review on the new version of Go Live, and it looks very interesting, and seems to have grown-up a fair bit. May well check it out to see if it is worth purchasing if I can find a trial around.
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