Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting a layer's visibility with variables, part of Design the Web: Automating Web Graphics.
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…Next, we're going to add some additional elements into our design, and…then turn those elements on and off with our data sets.…This way, each individual banner doesn't have to…look exactly like all of the other ones.…So inside of the variables dialog box, if…you still have this open, you can click OK.…Now if we want to work with a specific layout, another…nice feature under the Image menu is the Apply Data Set.…If we come down to this all of the data…sets that are loaded into the Photoshop can be activated.…So you can have any one of these in place so that you can work with them.…So lets come over here is select Washington,…D.C., click Preview or San Francisco or Breckenridge.…
Once you have the one you want you can click Apply and…this will be the state of the design we'll be working with.…Now what I want to add to the banner is a ribbon…or a violator that'll sit on the upper right hand side.…And then we can specify to our users if the price is new or updated.…So first let's come over here to our toolbar, let's come down and…
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