3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 4, 2009 2:40 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Javascript

    TheVendor
      Would it be possible to somehow insert a java script, script into a fireworks site before I export it? I want to insert this User trust script into my site and it has code for the body and header of the website, but is there any way to put the body code and image in the site just in firework because I have no idea how to do it in dreamweaver, it just ends up at the very bottom, off the page. Any suggestions or help would be great.

      Thanks,
        • 1. Re: Javascript
          Level 7
          1. You would never want to use FW's HTML for anything other than
          prototyping.
          2. You would always want to do things such as you suggest in Dreamweaver.

          Please post this question on the DW forum.

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          "TheVendor" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:gm879f$2ag$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Would it be possible to somehow insert a java script, script into a
          > fireworks
          > site before I export it? I want to insert this User trust script into my
          > site
          > and it has code for the body and header of the website, but is there any
          > way to
          > put the body code and image in the site just in firework because I have no
          > idea
          > how to do it in dreamweaver, it just ends up at the very bottom, off the
          > page.
          > Any suggestions or help would be great.
          >
          > Thanks,
          >

          • 2. Re: Javascript
            TheVendor Level 1
            Yeah sorry. Just wish you could, fireworks is so much easier than learning html.
            • 3. Re: Javascript
              Level 7
              TheVendor wrote:
              > Yeah sorry. Just wish you could, fireworks is so much easier than learning html.

              If your serious about making websites you need to change the way you
              think. Web design is all about the code, without knowing the medium you
              will not get far, but you will get very frustrated.

              Dooza
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