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Brian A
Posted: Feb 24 2006, 05:33 PM


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Any one know of a website/book that describes how to link dreaamweaver to photoshop using a search form ie a step by step description of the process?

Thanks

Brian
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martyn
Posted: Mar 10 2006, 08:42 PM


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Hi Brian

I don't understand your question. Sorry.

Can you tell us in more detail what you are trying to do?

Martyn
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martyn
Posted: May 17 2006, 10:17 PM


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Hi Brian

Yes, I understand what you are trying to do now.

Websites built on databases are very common.

Simple websites consist of a series of pages each created in much the same way as you might create a Word document.

Each page has text and images and links between them to allow you to navigate your way around the site. They are sometimes known as 'flat HTML' pages. The page file names end with the suffix .htm or .html.

The type of site you are referring to is sometimes called a 'dynamic' site and uses 'active' pages. The pages don't exist until called up from a web server using several variable parameters.

Areas within the page template are populated with words or images according to a specific request. The requests might vary according to the user's profile or search criteria.

The data will be called up from a database to create a unique page just for that user or set of conditions. These page file names often end with .asp or .jsp.

I'm not sure you really want to create a dynamic site. The flat HTML galleries on this website call up images from image folders on a web server, but they're not active pages. If Photoshop is creating image galleries using HTML code, then those galleries can be opened and edited in Dreamweaver.

I'll investigate this for you, Brian, because I'm ashamed to say I've never created a gallery using Photoshop before.

Anybody else got anything to help Brian?
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