When I create web pages in Fireworks CS6 and use slice tool then export the html, IE 8 and 9 renders borders and misaligned pixels. But when I view the html in Chrome, Safari or Firefox the html pages are rendered as I want them to render. Am i doing something wrong and how can I get html pages to render properly in IE.
thank you for any help!
Thank you for your response. I apologize for the over simplification. I export to html, create a template and build the site in Dreamweaver. Having said that, I see that I should be looking at the code in Dreamweaver rather than pointing the evil finger at Fireworks. i figure that IE must have trouble with spacers "spacer.gif" that I guess were creating during the html export from fireworks. I am a novice, but this must be where I need to start, and find a solution from here. Am i on the right track?
States are used for animations or creating things like buttons from scratch. Use pages for designing the pages for your site.
In your place I would export only the images from Fireworks, and then build the pages in Dreamweaver with those images. Fireworks HTML is OK for creating prototypes, but, as you can see, the HTML it creates is often not stable enough for web pages. If you want to use HTML from FW, it's not the spacers that cause the problems. The problems are usually generated by the way the page is sliced. To create stable tables, the sliced columns and rows need to line up next to and under each other, like a checkerboard. If the slices are staggered in brick fashion, the table can break apart. That's what you are seeing in IE.
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