What image type are you exporting?
The only options for transparency are GIF and PNG.
GIF uses index transparency (like a standard on/off light switch); PNG uses alpha transparency (like a dimmer switch).
If you have fading images that a background image is supposed to bleed through, PNG is the format for you.
Before you re-export, change the settings of the individual slices to use the proper image type(s).
However, if you are not familiar with the nuances of browser support for alpha transparency, you may want to rethink the design.
Microsoft wants you to use a stupid, proprietary "filter" attribute in your CSS.
The best advice I have would be to handle this at the stylesheet level.
Create your ideal fancy design with all that alpha transparency goodness.
Create an index transparency backup with gif images (e,g, hard edges, no fading).
Create a stylesheet that contains the gif background properties and serve this to IE6 via a conditional comment (http://www.quirksmode.org/css/condcom.html).
Would you share your file with us?
Do you want the fireworks file or the dremaweaver file?
Also, Now that i have found out that i need to save the files as a png, how do i export this from Fireworks to dreamweaver.
We need to see what is that you want to achieve, so i would prefer the png file, if that's ok.
"HTML and Images" and "CSS and Images" are two exporting options to help you import your exported file in dreamweaver.
I would not recommend "HTML and Images" because the structure of the exported html page is not very helpful to use in a web site.
Okay here is the png, i will screen shot the html image, as sending it over this would muck up the coding in the file.
The nav bar will be going in the gap between the header and the home words, the page is very basic as i havent been given any content yep.
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