Exporting and editing an HTML site


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Exporting and editing an HTML site

Now that we've set up a no-frills HTML gallery and saved off our settings as this style called four-column HTML (4colHTML). Let's go ahead and actually generate our HTML site. But before we do, we might as well preview the site inside of a browser, so that we have a sense of what's right and what's wrong about it. So, click on Preview in browser in order to save off a temporary version of the HTML site and load it up inside the default Web browser, which, in my case, is Firefox. I see right away that something is wrong. The four columns work out nicely, but I went ahead and left rows set to 3.

As a result, I have this blank row down at the bottom. So, that's something I'm going to need to fix. I'll close out of this browser, return to the Bridge, go to Number of Rows here and try to change it to 2, but doh! It's not an option. So, 3 is the fewest number of rows I can select. That means I'm going to have to turn around and edit the HTML code. Fortunately, I...

Exporting and editing an HTML site
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Exporting and editing an HTML site provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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