Using HTML component symbols


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Using HTML component symbols

In an earlier lesson, we looked at HTML component symbols, but I wanted to touch base on them again, because they have some other facets that are worth noting. HTML component symbols are actually converted to true HTML elements if you export your page as CSS and Images. They include elements such as headings and form elements. Let's have a look at how to bring some of these component symbols into a design and look at what happens once we export the page out as CSS and Images. We're going to focus specifically on form elements with this example we see onscreen. I'm going to hop over to my Common Library.

We're going to create like a little feedback form. I'm going to go down to HTML components. So I'm just going to collapse down my Pages and expand up my Common Library a bit, so I can see things little bit better. So what I need for this is a couple of text fields. So let's grab a text field. Just a reminder, again, about the way these component symbols work, onc...

Using HTML component symbols
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Using HTML component symbols provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Jim Babbage as part of the Fireworks CS5 Essential Training

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