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    Exclamation how do i code a sliced template?

    I bought a template from tmonster, and made alot of changes. I did save for web...and sliced it up and i have an html file but i need to code it. I have dw and fp. I do know html. Can someone please explain how to do this, or a website where it explains it. Thanks guys.

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    I'm not sure what you mean by coding it. Do you mean you need to see the code? Once its saved, open up the file in a text editor like NotePad.exe
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    Ok. Let say i get a template from tm. They come with psd files and html files. Now in the psd they have text into the image. like in ps you add text to your psd and then on the html file of that psd there is that same text in the html file. i am trying to explain it without being confusing. do you have AIM so i can explain better and show you? my aim is ElanceMike

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    Hmm. I'm not sure I follow what you mean, Could you elaborate?
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