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06-03-2004, 11:56 AM
Ive a problem with Image Ready......
I made several gifs and a first site for my webpage.....but to save my work as a gif or a html doc I have to preview it in my Internet Explorer...right????
So...now everytime when I open it in my Browser the quality of the image is so bad...the resolution must be wrong or sth else...I don't know....can anyone help me....please!!!!
PS: Excuse my English...(Im from Germany)
06-03-2004, 03:25 PM
i've never had to preview anything in explorer ... at least not from imageready. heck, i don't even use the html it produces, too messy. you have to adjust the amount of compression you want for images, either gif or jpg, to the quality desired. i'm guessing the setting for gif is pretty low. some slices have to be adjusted differently so you end up with individual slices compressed to different amount of colors, 8,16,32,....
a recommendation, don't ever use the html option in imageready. it was adds unnecessary html. it's easier to setup and fix in dreamweaver, assuming you have it.
06-03-2004, 03:42 PM
okay thank you..well but where can I change the compresson of the sclices?
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try doing what 3howards said... just save out the gif files and layout the page manually in dreamweaver....
but if the gifs quality is still not to your liking try saving each slice out in photoshop with File>Save For Web.
06-03-2004, 06:15 PM
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06-03-2004, 09:00 PM
With your slice selected - go to ->WINDOW ->OPTIMIZE and turn on the optimize dialogue box.
With this box open you can select .gif or.jpg filetypes for each slice and its compression ratio.
Previewing in Explorer will show you the effects of your selections.