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Form problem

Form problem

Form problem

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Hello.

I'm a very recent Fireworks/DreamWeaver user, and I thought I had done my homework before plunging into action, perhaps I was wrong.

The problem is that I’ve lost countless hours designing an entire webpage on fireworks and I thought I could just export it to DreamWeaver to make HTML adjustments, but with forms it's not that simple.

I've created images for the form’s fields and I’ve spent a lot of time giving them a nice look with the effects provided by Fireworks. But now I’ve tried to export them to DreamWeaver and I realize that I can’t just place the form’s fields were I had the slices, because the table that the program automatically generates becomes deformed due to the size. I tried resizing the form’s field but it stays with an unnatural look because it has to be a lot smaller than the table cell and I can’t remove the form’s field’s border.

My question is if there is any way to use my Fireworks design applied to forms?

Help is much appreciated.
Thanks.

RE: Form problem

probably not, you're most likley better off to use CSS to style the page, than images, which will slow down load time.

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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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