Whos good with html/dreamweaver/fireworks...
I need your help majorly...contact me on
If your signature is any indication, you really [i1053e83fa3]do[/i1053e83fa3] need help with your HTML.
Maybe you should post you problem, too.
lol...im to lazy to edit my sig but...
Ive got a sidebar which i made in photoshop. Its all a image and on the image it has text like HOME, CONTACT US...
I wanna make that text into a link but not the whole image...
People say image slicing but I am so lost!
I'll do it for $5 paypal. If you are interested just email me the image and ill whip it up for you!
How about you just tell me )
Delete all the text, now slice it with the slice knife tool. Export as HTML or Save for Web. Open in Dreamweaver, set all the images where text goes as background images, then type in ure text. Highlight and put in your urls and you are done. I told you, but now its up to you to do it. )
Allow me to suggest that, if you're wanting to open your site up to the widest audience, what you're proposing is considered bad design for several reasons, not the least of which are
li Image maps are notoriously difficult to maintain
li Lots of folks disable images to speed up their browsing, or to view pages on mobile devices. This would almost surely break your image-based navigation, unless you judiciously used alt attributes. And even then, different browsers can interpret alt attributes differently.
li Lots of disabled folks use screenreaders and such, which cannot "read" an image. Again, proper use of the alt attribute on your hotspot images can mitigate this, but it's still ugly.
The "correct" way to do what you want is with CSS navigation, using background images behind foreground links (usually a styled <ul>). That way if somebody disables images, or even CSS, they still have working navigation.
Just a thought. If you're just playing around, that's one thing, but if you're serious about learning proper site design, it's something you should keep in mind. ;) I can whip you up a quick-and-dirty example if you like.
dmorris Your wife likes it quick and dirty.
[quote8f50e0a8cb="ilanbg"]dmorris Your wife likes it quick and dirty.[/quote8f50e0a8cb]
Oh yeah, that reminds me...
Okay, I'm back. Gotta keep the wife happy. ;)
I would like a quick dirty example.
The "correct" way to do what you want is with CSS navigation, using background images behind foreground links (usually a styled <ul>). That way if somebody disables images, or even CSS, they still have working navigation.[/quote8f545f5022]
that's strange, is there an echo in the forums