Do let Photoshop or any Graphics build your HTML code for you. Use graphics apps for images only. Use DW to build your code. See the following Tutorials.
Taking a Fireworks (or Photoshop) comp to a CSS based layout in DW
>Do let Photoshop or any Graphics build your HTML code for you.
What Nancy meant was Do NOT let Photoshop or any Graphics build your HTML code for you.
Thanks Nancy. Very helpful tutorial. So in order for my layout to stay static would i have to place container divs around
all of the images?
Here's my layout, and it's not designed exactly like the one in the tutorial. There are a lot of cuts for the image that make up the background. How do I keep everything from moving once I start inserting content? I plan to add a lot of content to my pages so
Slice or crop your page background image and Precious Tots Banner to remove any unsightly artifacts. Note: you probably won't need all the images from your design comp. Much better to say what you need to say with HTML content instead of images anyway -- especially on navigation menus.
Begin your project with a pre-built, 2-col CSS layout. Below is a quick & dirty example of what I mean.
View source in browser to see the code.