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Only Fireworks png file can have multiple States, which in-turn can contain multiple images on it.
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so if im not using fw html and i have a png image with 2 elements in 1 png, how would I "call" one or the other in a webpage?
Images can't call one another. Images are static. Linking can be done by HTML, where a link which is attached to one image activates and calls another image.
i understand linking images in html
this question is specific to the unusual png factor discussed in this thread.
as I asked "but how are they used? "
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> i understand linking images in html
> this question is specific to the unusual png factor discussed in this
The point is that there is nothing to "call" in a flat .png. And you
wouldn't use a layered FW .png in a web page.
Originally posted by: jjx
what dos it mean when a .png has several different images.
it looks like they must be different states but how are they made and used?
Okay, then, back to your original question. Fireworks is designed to produce Web graphics. It would seem from your question that you may be looking at a Fireworks source image that has button states. In that case, on export, Fireworks can write some HTML that will use these images for an image rollover. That sounds like the most likely possibility.
Open Fireworks help and read up on Buttons.
Yes! that's what it is the CSS trick...really cool...thanks