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upload sliced design to dreamweaver

upload sliced design to dreamweaver

upload sliced design to dreamweaver

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I have sliced an illustrator design and now wish to upload to dreamweaver.  I know how to save but when the file is saved it is in numerous parts.  Is there any easy way to input all of these parts (slices) to dreamweaver, with out having to input each slice individually?

thanks in advance

tt

RE: upload sliced design to dreamweaver

if you save it for web, chose "html and images" this will generate a folder with all the slices and an html page. after you done that just put the folder with all the images and the html page on your root folder. then you can just open the html page in dreamweaver where you can make changes on it. and if you want this sliced up image in a particular lay out cell, just copy the html in to a cell using edit> copy html.

hope that makes sense

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