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I'm having that same problem too and I don't know why. Here's my site: www.ifda-ne.org
I don't see anything on your page, but a nav. bar. Some1 please help us!
"Lee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm having that same problem too and I don't know why. Here's my site:
Unfortunately, that's the price one pays for making a web document with
a graphics program. The code is extremely inefficient and slicing an
image creates - many smaller images (it's like Tribbles) which take time
for a server to process. More a personal site this is not a major
problem. If you design web sites, for paying clients, however, you might
want to invest a little time in learning how to code a page more
efficiently with clean markup and then style it with CSS. Programs like
Fireworks and Photoshop should only be used to create images - whole
ones. The images should then be exported to a web site assets folder and
inserted in the page - or deployed as CSS backgrounds.
Al Sparber - PVII
Extending Dreamweaver - Nav Systems | Galleries | Widgets
Authors: "42nd Street: Mastering the Art of CSS Design"
Thanks so much!
Do you recommend any program that is good, and not so much amatuar like Front page is. As an interface and not so much coding? I use dreamweaver to publish my sites by the way.
Please let me know. A program that is user friendly and has a lot of avaliblity.
Any1 else have any solutions?
> Any1 else have any solutions?
There is no quick fix to your problem. Al Sparber gave some great advice
on how you should proceed if Web Design is something you wish to become
better at. Fireworks is a rapid prototyping and graphics editing program
for screen-based images. It is not a web site creation tool.
As for your comment about using Dreamweaver for publishing, I get the
impression you are really just using DW to upload (ftp) your files to
the web server.
Jim Babbage - .:Community MX:. & .:Adobe Community Expert:.
Extending Knowledge, Daily
CommunityMX - Free Resources:
.:Adobe Community Expert for Fireworks:.
Along with great tips or advices given to you by Al Sparber and et. al., please bear that in your mind that we don't have control over web servers' file transfer requests from your browser or any other broswers across the Internet... so if there is lot of requests at the same time, it slows down the server. Not only that, but on the Internet from Point A to B. In between A to B, we don't have control over per se.
In addition to the factors above, we don't have control over Internet users who still use "old modem" or "slow, old computer".
Use your judgement and commonsense with sliced images. If I were you, I wouldn't want to do it. Two or three sliced images are too many, and too big. Even if the files are small, but we don't have control over web server, "point A to b" speed transfer across the Internet, and from web server to your computer all together including modem or broadband access.
Originally posted by: chango77745
I have recently made a page, you can all go see it, www.eptechs.com
If you go to the page you may notice that all the images and stuff take a while to load and it loads some parts of the background as if it were to load an image. Does any know where I went wrong here?
I am not sure what I did wrong. I use dreamweaver to publish my site and. You can all see the site and please tell me what is wrong.
Thanks so much! www.eptechs.com