Optimizing images for export, part 2


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Optimizing images for export, part 2

Welcome back to our optimization journey. In the last lesson, we sliced up the majority of our Web site, but we have a couple of other elements we need to deal with here. We've got a big JPEG file that's underneath a semi-transparent text box and also underneath a little tag. And I'd like to have these all as separate elements, so I've got a little more control over placement. So I'm going to start off with the big image. We're going to select our JPEG file. I'm just going to press Ctrl+C or Command+C on the Mac to copy it. Then I'm going to press Ctrl+N or Command+N for a new document, and you'll see that Fireworks picks up on the copied size of our file and gives me the exact dimensions of the JPEG file right here.

I'm going to click OK, and I'm just going to paste it in. I'll zoom out a little bit so you can see things a little bit better. There it is. It didn't get place in exactly the right spot, but that's not a big deal. We can g...

Optimizing images for export, part 2
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Optimizing images for export, part 2 provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Jim Babbage as part of the Fireworks CS5 Essential Training

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