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Lots of little pics

Lots of little pics

Lots of little pics

Whenever I save the optimized .html in Image Ready it saves the page as a bunch of little pictures that are individually selectable.  How do I stop this?  Is this supposed to be happening?  I don’t know if this has been posted before but any ideas would be appreciated (even if its just a link to another thread where somone asked this).


RE: Lots of little pics

Image Ready is creating a HTML table and populating it with your pictures and inserting spacers in between them. It is creating an entire web page for you, is this what you want?


RE: Lots of little pics

i am useing slices to create the rollovers that i have on my page.  no i dont want all the litle pics.

RE: Lots of little pics

Without seeing the page itself, I can't be certain but it sounds like you have created a number of slices which do not line up with each other. If this is the case, Image Ready will fill in the 'grid' you have created, with space images to fill in the gaps. This can result in a large number of images being placed on the page.


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