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iFrame layout in FireworksMX 2004?

iFrame layout in FireworksMX 2004?

iFrame layout in FireworksMX 2004?

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Hi,

I'm just beginning to work iFrames into my site design and I was wondering if there was any way of making the layouts/HTML for the iFrames in FireworksMX 2004?

I use FWMX04 to design the graphical look of the site then export to DWMX04 for further editing.  It wonder if there is an easier way of approaching this than I am doing thusfar (export -> DWMX04, delete layer <img> and change to <iframe> )

Thanks in advance,

Pylo

RE: iFrame layout in FireworksMX 2004?

you could make that image a text block instead, and put your iframe code in there

Sometimes, when my code just won't behave, I take it outside and make it listen to britney spears music, and when it comes back it's really well behaved. I wonder if it's suffering from post tramatic stress syndrome now..

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