Hi, I am a graphic designer, and I am getting into the web world, I wanna know how can I get the HTML codes to upload a web design made using Illustrator,...¡?Does any one know?Please let me know...
Not sure if i understand your question but I'll take a stab at it.
slice your artwork with the slice tool and click on Save for Web & Devices, from there, adjust your settings to the way you want them, and when you click Save, change the Save as type to HTML and Images.
AI is where you create assets for use in a website. AS mentioned, you can export elements and view them in a browser or link to them using an HTML editor.
If you simply want to see your artwork in a browser, you can save as SVG and open it in your browser. Not all affects are supported, but it's a vector image that previews well in most browsers.
I need to host the design on the web.
Then learn it properly and do it using the right tools as the others already said. You may not like it, but web design requires at least a basic understanding of HTML and CSS and the code despite visual design tools like Muse.
everyone here is right, dreamweaver is better and you will need to understand html for this to work. HOWEVER, you can make a functional website using just illustrator and notepad (or text edit if you're on a mac).
Design your site in illy, slice it up with the slice tool. http://s23.postimg.org/mv311kpp7/test_illy.jpg
Save for web and select html and images, you'll get an html file and an images folder. Open the HTML file in your text editing program and it will look like this: http://s10.postimg.org/f32nf6r2h/html_stuff.jpg you'll have to know HTML codes but you can find tutorials online for most stuff, you'll just have to figure it out. In my fake site, i linked a button to google so i had to add <a href> tags to the code. http://s22.postimg.org/5avpadhch/a_href.jpg save the html file and open it in your web browser, hopefully not IE. You can't tell in the picture but the middle button actually does link to google. http://s21.postimg.org/qd77slqmf/firefox.jpg
Purchase a subscription to Muse, you will not need to know code and you can work with it very much like a layout program; you can still do your art in Illustrator but designing the pages and site will be very much like doing a print job when using Muse. Making links will be easy as well, developing slide shows will be a cinch try the trial version and look at the online tutorials on Adobe TV.
Should be what you are looking for.
Larry G. Schneider wrote:
Yolu're obviously still using CS4 because in CS5 and above it's more complicated. The direct option for saving html and images has been replaced.
I'm using cs5. not sure about 6, never used it. but this method works in cs5, i just did it.