I used to save all my slices in CS5 and it would give me the option to save for web and devices, then when I was in there it would let me choose the option at the bottom Other... then I could go in and save it as a html and images and then it would automatically make div's for me when I brought it in to dreamweaver. Where did this option go in CS6? Can someone help I am on a big deadline, and I lost all my work transfering it back into cs5 to try it there like I used to. Attached is a .png to show what I mean.
These options are not here in CS6 and I cant find it. I would really appreciate the help.
Hence my original question. Im asking if there are any other ways in doing this with the slicing in illustrator so it creats the output Xhtml. There is no way they would take it out without implimenting another way to do it.
I was pretty clear it is no longer a part of Illustrator, Export your slices as images and make your divisions in DW.
Or bring it into Photoshop as a smart object and save for the web and select images and html or open in Fireworks and do the same.
Once in the "Save for Web" dialogue box. Click the Preview button and the HTML page will be generated and opened in your default browser.
Below the preview of the design / layout will be the HTML code for you to copy and paste into a blank HTML page in Dreamweaver.
There have been some other changes too - here is the link to the article that describes the changes: http://blogs.adobe.com/ivandavid/illustrator_cs6_save_for_web/.
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