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catflea

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Image tables.
« on: 06 Apr 2005, 12:21 »

On some websites you go to,  there is a picture which has been split into various 'sub pictures' and placed into a grid in order to allow quicker downloading and being able to use part of the picture as a link,  is there an easy way to do this (ie, a piece of software) or does it have to be done by hand?

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« Reply #1 on: 06 Apr 2005, 12:34 »

photoshop does it

though nobody likes tabels anymore

its the only thing i can use though

just use the slice tool, then "save for web"

if ye want, i can do it for you if you dont have photoshop
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« Reply #2 on: 06 Apr 2005, 12:37 »

I think that's known as 'slicing' an image. I suppose it would be possible to cut and paste it together using something such as Paint, however I know for a fact that Macromedia Fireworks MX does it with a simple tool. The 30-day trial is on download.com, download it if you want. Hope that's what you're looking for :D
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catflea

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Image tables.
« Reply #3 on: 06 Apr 2005, 12:45 »

I have fireworks,  need to install it then I feel!
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c1utch

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Image tables.
« Reply #4 on: 06 Apr 2005, 20:56 »

you can also set up multi-linking for ne image through some CSS so like 1 image, but the 1st 1/3rd is 1 link, the 2nd is a nother, 3rd is yet another.
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nihilist

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« Reply #5 on: 08 Apr 2005, 07:32 »

Slicing and tables...  Can be done.  CSS doesn't have to do everything, you know.  :)
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