Nav image won't show in GoLive but does show in web browsesrs
I have run into these two problems many times.
Theys hi-jack my ability to complete the design.
What happens is
I set up the external css,
such as .nav, #nav.li, #nav.ul, etc.
for a nav background image( .gif)
and the text link names in front of the image.
The link names are lined up but the image is not visible.
I go to view the GoLive file in IE and Safari,
and there is the image right where it's supposed to be.
But I NEED to see it in GoLive to complete my design, otherwise
I am working blind.
many times the whole nav div will be hiding to the right where I can
see the left edge of it in the space between
the header (775 px width) and the wrapper (785px width)
This happens a lot.
I have used float left in my css to get the nav div to be visible...
but my css code friends are saying I should not need the float left...
and, I have other css code that the float left interfers with.
Do you need the css and html files?
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It sounds like you are most likely running windows 7 starter? They disable the ability to change wallpaper to other images but there are 3rd party apps available online, Just do a google search for windows 7 starter wallpaper apps.
What comes to mind is that you are burning to an image file and not your actual burner. Make a small data DVD and name it something obvious such as aaaa. After completion of the disk, do a search for the file and see if it is in actuality on the computer. If it is stored as an image file, you need to select the recorder type to your actual burner.
No it isn't true. First of all, PageMaker is ancient, discontinued, and unsupported by Adobe. They have replaced it with InDesign. GoLive is also defunct, Adobe discontinued it when they bought out competitor's product DreamWeaver. Adobe does allow purchaser's of their Creative Suites to install one license at work and one license at home provided that they are both on machines that are used only by the same person and never at the same time. None of this would apply in this instance. Sorry for the bad news, but I deal with these licensing issues on a regular basis at my job and I have to tell you that your friend is misinformed. You can look up the licensing yourself for any of these products at Adobe's website, if he insists, tell him to "show you".
dreamweaver can't display PSD (Photoshop) files so you will need to export the file for web. To do this from Photoshop, press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+S to save the file for web. Choose your settings (all of the displayed settings will let you view the file in dreamweaver) and then save your new file.
In Adobe Bridge, select Tools > Photoshop > Web Photo Gallery. (Alternatively, in Photoshop, select: File > Automate > Web Photo Gallery.) The Adobe Web Photo Gallery wizard will open, offering you a myriad of different web page layouts and you can select your preferred style from the 'Styles' dropdown menu. If using Bridge, and you have selected specific images that you want on the page before creating the gallery, you can insert the pictures into your webpage automatically, under the 'Source images' menu, and the 'Use' pull-down menu, choosing, 'Selected images from Bridge,' which should be selected by default. If you need further instructions or run into different problems please let us know.