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  1. Yes, I need to know how it is done in Adobe InDesign. No HTML (but thanks!).It's a document publisher, no web code editing that I know of...
  2. Hey, guys. Don't know if this really fits THIS forum... but, you guys (and ladies) seem to know how to do EVERYTHING ELSE I ask you, so here goes!In InDesign, I've got text formatted into a table. I want to highlight one word of the text within the table with a 35% gray tint highlight (not an outline or stroke, what I want is a highlight). I guess I'm just stupid, but how do you do this? I'm able to add a fill color to a whole table cell and all of that, but can't figure out how to put a fill color (or highlight color) over just ONE word within the table cell...Anybody? Thanks, guys!!
  3. Thanks to all for your help.
  4. I realize vector images can be made in FLASH... but I'd like to import some art colored with the gradient mesh tool in AI without having to convert to bitmap.Can it be done, guys?
  5. Let's say I have some objects created in vector in Illustrator. I have five layers, each with a vector object on them (5 objects).What's the best way to import these five layers and their contents into FLASH to create a movie? What I'm looking for here is the same, super-crisp vector images to go from Illustrator to flash (preferably with no rasterization).Can it be done? What are my options?Thanks, folks!!
  6. In order to place text and images side-by-side horizontally on a page do I need to use tables? Isn't there a better way to do it, using CSS? My independent studies have not taken me this far, yet.
  7. Chocolate's right. (Choc's always right, in fact).You should just skip the programs and interfaces and write your own code. You can get all the help you need right here, plus on the links posted above. webmonkey.com is also helpful sometimes.I was trying to design a nice site with GoLive and it just wasn't happening. So, I started using the tutorials here, got a book on XHTML, and now I can ALMOST write my own code (still need plenty of help from time to time). But, if you can learn some HTML basics, the fine folks here will give you all the other help you need to fine tune your site without cruddy programs like Microsoft whatever.It's worth it.One point: If you changed the location of your images (putting them in the new folder, the correct folder) your code likely is still pointing to the old location... Have you viewed your source (specifically your IMG tags) to see where the tags are pointing to? You may now have your images in the right place, but your tags are still looking for the images in the wrong place...
  8. Yeah, that's got like 40 empty line break tags in there...Wanna post it with moch CSS margins so I can see?What's the inline element and why does it need to stay in the head?
  9. I gotcha now. Thanks, guys.
  10. I'm reading a book a friend gave to me called Beginner XHTML by wrox.I'm trying to get a grip on a few things:What's an <isindex> ?Also, what does this tag do: <a name="sod">... </a>
  11. Wow.Thanks!I'm gonna check out your coding convention info...
  12. Okay, here's a typical table with one row (I've omitted extra rows for brevity's sake...):<table id="Table_01" width="622" height="1038" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td colspan="10"> <img src="images/index_01.gif" width="621" height="1" alt=""></td> <td> <img src="images/spacer.gif" width="1" height="1" alt=""></td> </tr></table>Lets' say I wanted to make "images/index_01.gif" work as a huperlink to www.w3schools.com.Also, I want "images/spacer.gif" work as an email prompt for bob@w3schools.com.I know I need an <a> tag and a href within it. I'm also half-way sure how to write the tags. But, I'm not sure where to slip it into the current code.Can you guys show me?
  13. I found the links tutorial. Probably will help.
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