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Converting my Web Pages from .PSD to Front Page


solvaworld2

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Hello,

I have created pages for my website in Photoshop. I now need to convert them into a format FrontPage 2003 can read in order to edit them for publishing on web.

Can anyone help?

Thanks

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sheila.weston

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May I put in my pennyworth? I should forget about Front Page 2003 - it will save a lot of time later if you go straight to Expression Web or Dreamweaver. I made my site with FP and then had a very stressful year or more converting it to EW. Front Page puts a lot of extra code on the pages, which is not approved of. See Tina Clarke's pages at click here.

Sheila

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sheila.weston

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There is a page at click here which may be relevant - and some of the other tutorials may help.

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Forum Editor

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and then slice it for insertion into HTML tables. I assume you'll know how to slice Photoshop images, so do that, and then Use tables in FrontPage to create pages from the image slices.

FrontPage 2003 is getting a little long in the tooth now, and there have been no later versions - Microsoft has replaced FrontPage with Expression Web, which is extremely good.

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