How do I import a transparent background image from CS3 Photoshop into CS3 Dreamweaver?

Question by Trevor: How do I import a transparent background image from CS3 Photoshop into CS3 Dreamweaver?
Okay, I am designing a website for a shop I used to work at, and I created a logo with a transparent background. I am trying to figure out how to import it (while still retaining the transparent background) into a Dreamweaver site. Each time I try to do it, it shows a white background for the 250×250 logo on the site, but I want the background to be absolutely transparent. How can I do this? Thanks in advance!

Best answer:

Answer by look-up
the easiest way.
my background

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iPhone Background – Nautical Storm
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Image by Patrick Hoesly
This iPhone Background (640×960 wallpaper) is released under a Creative Commons license.
If you like this image, please leave a comment. Thanks!

How do I get this onto my iPhone?
There are a number of ways to do this, however I think the easiest and fastest way is to download Flickr’s free app. Within the Flickr app you surf over to my pic feed to view the images (if you make me a contact then I’ll appear in the flickr contact list). When you find one you like, just click the download button and save the image directly to your phone. Swift & Simple!

I don’t have an iPhone. Can I still use it on my phone?
As of this writing this image (960 x 640) should be massive enough to be used as cover with the Droid / Android, BlackBerry, Windows 7, and iPhone.

How did you make it?
This background was prefabricated using graphic design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Filter Forge, Genetica, Wacom, Alien Skin, Topaz Labs, as well as several other programs.

About Patrick Hoesly
I’m a graphic illustrator, specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design. I work with Architects, Interior Designers, and Landscape Architects, to help them visualize and sell their designs …Or in other words… I make the fun/cool images!
Check out my Blog at ZooBoingReview.blogspot.com
Also take a look at my website at www.ZooBoing.com

iPhone Background – Chipboard
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Image by Patrick Hoesly
This iPhone Background (640×960 wallpaper) is released under a Creative Commons license.
If you like this image, please leave a comment. Thanks!

How do I get this onto my iPhone?
There are a number of ways to do this, however I think the easiest and fastest way is to download Flickr’s free app. Within the Flickr app you surf over to my pic feed to view the images (if you make me a contact then I’ll appear in the flickr contact list). When you find one you like, just click the download button and save the image directly to your phone. Swift & Simple!

I don’t have an iPhone. Can I still use it on my phone?
As of this writing this image (960 x 640) should be massive enough to be used as cover with the Droid / Android, BlackBerry, Windows 7, and iPhone.

How did you make it?
This background was prefabricated using graphic design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Filter Forge, Genetica, Wacom, Alien Skin, Topaz Labs, as well as several other programs.

About Patrick Hoesly
I’m a graphic illustrator, specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design. I work with Architects, Interior Designers, and Landscape Architects, to help them visualize and sell their designs …Or in other words… I make the fun/cool images!
Check out my Blog at ZooBoingReview.blogspot.com
Also take a look at my website at www.ZooBoing.com

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Q&A: HTML/JavaScript Image Map Help

Question by Raptor753: HTML/JavaScript Image Map Help
I prefabricated this image as the opening page for a website I’m making. I place the image in JavaScript so that it would adjust itself according to the screen resolution. But, when I tried to create an image map for the bar at the bottom it would not make an image map. Could anyone solve this problem? Is it because the image is in JavaScript?

Here is the link to the page: http://www.hilaal.org/index1.html.

Thank You for any help.

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Answer by DaveE
The problem seems to be (for me anyway) that your coordinates are wrong. I tried your page, and got a height of 824 pixels, despite the fact that your Y coordinates aren’t scaled appropriately and begin at 878 to 992, which was off the screen!

You need some additional logic in there– something like:

var x1,y1,x2,y2;
x1 = scale_coord(47,1800,correctwidth);
x2 = scale_coord(206,1800,correctwidth);
y1 = scale_coord(878,1005,correctheight);
y2 = scale_coord(992,1005,correctheight);
document.write(“

“);

function scale_coord(val,norm,max) {
return int(max*(val/norm));
}

But really, I wouldn’t do it that way– Your image is going to suffer from JPEG compression and expansion on the user’s screen, so it’s going to look a tiny ugly. Probably superior to create buttons as separate div styles (text on a gradient background), or text on an image background (a gradient background image won’t look as bad when compressed, but text will).

DaveE

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How do I edit site title, description, meta, h1, image tags in Dreamweaver CS3 ?

Question by Kolawole: How do I edit site title, description, meta, h1, image tags in Dreamweaver CS3 ?
I am not too smart with html editors or stuffs like that but I have Dreamweaver CS3 and the highest I know how to do with it is to edit a few words when opened in design view or maybe a tiny of codes if given specific instructions. Generally, I want to know where to go or touch if my only aim is just to edit my on page elements for the purpose of on page SEO. Essentially, I want to be healthy to add or edit site titles, site descriptions, keyword meta tags, H1 tags, image/picture tags e.t.c. Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by AibreanStudio
Learn HTML. These are at the very lowest level of HTML knowledge.

http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp

This site will help.

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Can I legally use a Google maps image on my website as a visual addition for directions to my business?

Question by cove_farms_palm_trees: Can I legally use a Google maps image on my website as a visual addition for directions to my business?

Best answer:

Answer by NowakFilip
Yes, you can. But make sure you keep the copyright on.

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Q&A: Is is possible to use Photoshop Elements version 7,8,or 9 to create hyperlinked image maps for a website?

Question by sam: Is is doable to use Photoshop Elements version 7,8,or 9 to create hyperlinked image maps for a website?
Apparently the full version of photoshop can create these hot-spots with the slice tool, but I’m not sure if the more advanced versions of Photoshop Elements will accomplish this as well?

Best answer:

Answer by Thought Experiment 【ツ】
you can even use Notepad to make image map areas…remember it is the coordinates that are important..nothing else is needed…but of course u have to know the html coding for it which is pretty easy.

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