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Saving slices for web illustrator

Sep 12, 2013 6:46 PM

Tags: #illustrator #web #frame #slice #wire

Im trying to make a web wireframe in Illustrator CS6. From a tutorial I watched I started to make slices for different components on my web page by going object>slice>make. However when ever I saved it and opened the file up again the slices were gone. Also, I tried to save selected slices by going to file>save selected slices and also file>save for web but neither of these methods worked and the save slices never showed. I am new to illustrator and web design.

 

 

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    Sep 12, 2013 7:54 PM   in reply to newbie9604

    See if "Show Slices" is listed in the "View" menu.

    Screen Shot 2013-09-12 at 9.49.49 PM.png

    If so, select it and your slices should appear.

     

    As for "save selected Slices", if you're on Mac look in "Documents>Images" folder. This is the default. If you did not select a folder they are probably there.

     

    Hope this helps.

     
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    Sep 17, 2013 11:09 PM   in reply to newbie9604

    Select the gold border object, convert to slice by going to Object menu > Slice > Make. This would create slice for the selected object, now use Slice selection tool (hidden inside the slice tool) to select the slice then do "Save Selected Slices"

     
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    Sep 19, 2013 6:54 AM   in reply to newbie9604

    Do you mean exporting to HTML? directly exporting to HTML is not supported from CS6 onwards, however you can do a preview in browser and then get to the HTML by "View Source" in browser.

     

    Can you explain your workflow, how you will use the exported text?

     
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