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    Need some help. Any is appreciated. Related to slicing/putting together.

    I work on a small screen so..

    Would it be possible to make each individual image for the entire site and then connect them on via css/html?

    Instead of making the whole site one big psd work on each individual piece and then put them together? Thats how it works anyway right? You design the layout then slice each individual image and put it together. So my method would work correct?

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    SitePoint Wizard bronze trophy Tyssen's Avatar
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    You could create your whole site design as a single PSD, but then yes, you'd split the design up into separate images when creating your HTML/CSS.

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    You'd then stick the pieces together using divs with background images more than likely. You'll need to think about how flexible your page is going to be when the content expands, when there's a lot of text or the user increases the font size. You'll probably use background-repeat in CSS to achieve this but its difficult to say without first seeing your design. Good luck!

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    Firstly We can Design our Layout or Template After we can slice the image of template and converted some small image in jpg or gif and after join in a dreamweaver with the help of html , jsp ,or php ets. and visit the preview in Mozilla or Internet Explorer. Your website is ready to uplode.


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