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uploading ImageReady rollovers

uploading ImageReady rollovers

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I have created some rollover menu buttons in ImageReady. They work fine in the Preview Document mode, but I have not been able to upload them successfully in order to view them online.

How do they need to be saved?

I've tried saving them as both jpgs, and gifs, choosing "Images Only" in the "save as" dialog box. Which should it be?

If I put them in the "art" folder it creates a subfolder, "images" in the art folder.

What do I need to do to upload these files properly so they will appear in the file online?

Thank you in advance for anything you can tell me to alleviate this VERY frustrating problem!

RE: uploading ImageReady rollovers

How are you uploading the images to the server?
Can you post a link to the online document?

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

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