Tracing images


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Tracing images

In this movie we're going to take a look at how to apply a tracing image to a web page. Again, a tracing image is just a mocked up version of a web page that you might have created in {italic}Photoshop, Fireworks,{plain} or {italic}Illustrator,{plain} or any drawing or painting program of your choice. A lot of people like to mock up their pages first in drawing programs because it gives them a lot more flexibility to decide where different elements of the page are going to go. Once they have those decisions made, they can export those images as a JPEG, or GIF, or a PNG file, and bring them into {italic}Dreamweaver{plain} as a tracing image, and then you can start applying the actual real elements of the page, like images and text, using the tracing image as a guideline. I'm going to look inside that 09_layout folder we defined in the last chapter, and inside the assets folder is an image called landing.gif.

I'm just going to open that up in Preview here in Mac {italic}OS X,{plain} ...

Tracing images
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Tracing images provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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