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    • "Until the dusk e/e left her dark Upon the legend of St. Mark." Maxwell Aderson's brilliant and timel/ play, The Eve of St. Mark, was presented by the Branch Agricultural College last No/ember, only one month after its acclaimed opening on...
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    • 106 Chapter 7 HTML Introduction Now that all the preliminary items have been covered, it is time to begin the implemen-tation of a web page using HTML, XHTML and Style Sheets. We will assume that you are publishing your web content using the SUU...
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    • 140 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop of the photo. Position the curser above and to the left of the tree. Hold down the mouse button and drag diagonally down and to the right until you have enclosed the tree in the slice area. Release the mouse...
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    • 146 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop 7. Now we are ready to start saving the image as the pages of our web site. If you are working in a student lab at SUU, you can save the pages in your “F:\public_html” folder. If not, you can save the...
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    • 38 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations Content of a typical F: drive. Figure 3.4 PC Computer Drive Letters A: Floppy Drive B: Floppy Drive (can be reas-signed to another resource) C: Local Hard Drive D: CD or DVD drive E: 2nd CD, DVD or USB...
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    • 42 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations Figure 3.13 Not all image types will display in a web browser’s window. We limit the image types that will work to ones that utilize image com-pression. This enables us to make the files as small as possible...
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    • 74 Chapter 5 Backgrounds, Textures & Buttons 5. Now you need to apply the color you have chosen to your image background. You can do this in several different ways. First, you can go to the Edit menu, choose Fill then in the Use dialog box choose...
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    • 82 Chapter 5 Backgrounds, Textures & Buttons other settings as they are. Click OK. 8. You now have two versions of the but-ton. Save the file to your flash drive as a PSD image to preserve the layers. Now select one layer and hide the other. Select...
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    • 88 Chapter 6 Animation with Photoshop Introduction The process of animation using Adobe Pho-toshop is not unlike the process used by major movie studios in producing a full length animated movie. Animation is the process of displaying a...
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    • 90 Chapter 6 Animation with Photoshop in the document window changes accordingly. When the image is saved in the GIF format, the frames will be saved as separate images within the GIF image file. When the image is displayed on a web page, it is...
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    • 94 Chapter 6 Animation with Photoshop out of the image. Or if you chose more colors in the optimization process. 14. Click the Save button. In the Save Opti-mized As menu (Figure 6.13), Select the destina-tion you want to save the file in...
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    • Intro to the Internet 103 and Web Page Design Chapter Quiz 1. What is animation? 2. What is meant by frame rate? 3. What is bandwidth? 4. Why is the GIF format used for saving ani-mated images? 5. What is meant by Tweening? 6. Why would you want to...
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    • Intro to the Internet 111 and Web Page Design Figure 7.5 make a folder to temporarily store your work on your flash drive and transfer the content to the F: drive later). The web page we are making is based on the informal balance model we learned...
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    • Intro to the Internet 141 and Web Page Design Figure 8.5 Using the Slice Select tool click on one of the slices. Remember that slicing cuts the image up into pieces. Each slice can be optimized sepa-rately. For this example, we chose to use...
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    • Intro to the Internet 159 and Web Page Design Figure 9.2 column, select 2 column elastic, left side bar, header & footer. On the right side of the menu, make sure the “Doc Type” is set to XHTML 1.0 Transitional. We also want our CSS to be...
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    • Intro to the Internet 167 and Web Page Design External CSS & Site Building Now that you are somewhat familiar with Dreamweaver, we are going to apply what you have learned to set up a web site using external CSS. For our examples we will be working...
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    • Intro to the Internet 19 and Web Page Design on the Internet that facilitate tracking of visitors. It usually involves including some special codes that are provided by the tracking company in your web pages. Each time the site is visited;...
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    • Intro to the Internet 59 and Web Page Design Now you can select the original image and close it without saving. It will be available to be used again if you should need to start over. 7. The copy needs to be saved before you go on. Regularly saving...
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    • Intro to the Internet 61 and Web Page Design 10. You can see that cropping has not only re-duced the file size but has also removed some of the undesirable elements from the photo (Figure 4.14). Now we need to remove the “Red Eye” effect and...
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    • Intro to the Internet 65 and Web Page Design selection of an apple, for example, would allow you to change its color from green to red while maintaining the texture of the original. 12. With the corrections to our image complete, we now need to...


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