Using roundtrip editing between Dreamweaver and Fireworks


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Using roundtrip editing between Dreamweaver and Fireworks

Wait a minute. This isn't Fireworks. That's right. We are going to talk a little about the relationship between Fireworks and Dreamweaver in this lesson. These two applications have always had great integration and one of the areas where this is most evident is through round trip editing. Now round trip editing is really handy if you're working with HTML prototypes, the kind of thing we were doing in previous lessons, where we were exporting out HTML images. What you end up with is an HTML page, like we see onscreen here. It is consisting entirely of a table-based layout with graphics. When we are dealing the prototype stage, there's a good chance you are going to get feedback from the client that says they'd like a couple changes, that they would like to see how things look if you move stuff around, for example.

So we are going to say that the client has asked couple of questions here. They wanted to see what the main logo looks like if it's within the main body o...

Using roundtrip editing between Dreamweaver and Fireworks
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Using roundtrip editing between Dreamweaver and Fireworks provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Jim Babbage as part of the Fireworks CS5 Essential Training

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