Hello and welcome!
The best advice to begin with is:
Learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS Fireworks is not a replacement
for this knowledge.
Use Fireworks for creating and exporting your graphics for your final
Use Dreamweaver or your preferred web page editing tool to create your
actual HTML pagers and CSS.
Fireworks' options for creating HTML are really only suitable for
creating interactive prototypes, not final web sites.
Thanks for you answer, Jim. But still I would like to figure out how to slice menu in right way? But I'll leave my questions about CSS & HTML.
Looking at your mockup, that navbar could probably be created
completely using CSS and HTML, rather than slice up the "button areas"
but if you want to go that route, I'd recommend creating button
symbols. The slicing is done for you and you can create up to four
states for the button.
If you want to export the graphics only, choose File > Export.
Browse to your site folder
Set the Export option to Images only
Make sure you are exporting slices
Deselect the option to export areas without slices
Click Save (Windows) or Export (Mac)
Use DW to create your page, insert your images and add your rollover
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I agree with Jim, maybe you should start with html and css first. You might want to experiment with "css and images" exporting option in fireworks to help you understand how a web site is created with html and css (considering that you like working with Fireworks).
Also check http://w3schools.com for html and css(& much more) tutorials and examples.
Wow, thanks for your replies! I will follow your advices. Thanks for that link Panos - it's definitely the best website with tutorials I've seen in the net!