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Trying to 'code' a prebuilt template contact form

Trying to 'code' a prebuilt template contact form

Trying to 'code' a prebuilt template contact form

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Hi all.
I am new to Photoshop but proficient with Dreamweaver. I purchased a prebuilt template from templatemoster.com.  I was able to edit the text in photoshop and save for web, although Im stuck on how to edit the contact form they have 'imaged' into their psd file.

When I try to edit in Dreamweaver and stick a form tag around the 'image', it screws up the image and appears 'cut-up'.  

Do I need to slice out the whole entire contact form area in photoshop then apply a form to it to allow the form tag to be applied without messing up the contact form 'image'?


Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.
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