__/ On Saturday 27 August 2005 08:57, [Anthony Clayton] wrote : \__
> I'm after a no nonsense answer to something that has been bugging
> for a while. I have created a background web page in Photoshop, sliced it
> in Image Ready ...........................what do I do now??? do I add
> content in Photoshop or Dreamweaver. The other gripe I have is when I do
> get to that stage how do I get the links along the top to insert the
> content in the main part below. I'm not an html expert but a logical
> thinker and willing to learn.
> Please have a look and give me your thoughts, I know the site isn't
> groundbreaking but its better than an empty page!!
To add more to the pool of logically identical replies, I am now sure if
your site currently contains a prototype -- a (fragmented) visual overview.
Either way, as was said (I have only read the replies from Spartanicus and
Els so far):
"Start with content, then mark that up with HTML, then
style it with CSS and add graphics as needed."
"Learn HTML then. It's not more difficult to learn than
Dreamweaver, and enables you to code your pages in any
editor you like for the rest of your life, and have the
advantage of understanding what you're doing. Ditch
Dreamweaver while you still can."
-Remember that text as graphics is evil. What if I wanted to copy and
paste your E-mail address? You could specify "alt", but there would not be
a rendered indicator of that, unless you strictly validate, in which case I
can only hope you input coherent text.
-Do not become reliant on commercial software. Even some Open Source
software ceases to be maintained. Stick to standards instead.
-Never be intimidated by people criticising your site. That how we all
Roy S. Schestowitz "ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI"