best method for simple web menu

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by buckwheat, Jul 19, 2003.

  1. buckwheat

    buckwheat Guest

    My goal is to have a vertical text menu with about 10 boxes. I'd also
    like to incorporate rollovers for each one. I'd like to make them
    with a unique font I have installed on this workstation.

    Should I start with Photoshop as a table or something - then go to
    Imageready for the rollovers? Should I just start with Imageready?

    I'd like them to be editable, as I may need to change fonts, size,
    position, links etc

    Sorry in advance, I know the question is sort of broad. I just need a
    good starting point.
     
    buckwheat, Jul 19, 2003
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    j.e.b. Guest

    Forget about Adobe Photoshop and build the entire menu in Adobe
    ImageReady. It's very easy to do and it will generate the JavaScript
    necessary to make the roll-overs work.

    Having said that if you know JavaScript you can write much leaner code
    than what ImageReady generates.

    HTH
     
    j.e.b., Jul 19, 2003
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    Hecate Guest

    You do realise that unless you include the text as an image the font
    changes dependent upon what the fonts the viewer has installed?
    A good starting point would be Fireworks, or even better Dreamweaver
    and Fireworks. Personally I'd rather hand code than use IR which is a
    complete dog.

    However, if that's all you've got then do it in IR. But be prepared
    for it to screw up any code royally.
     
    Hecate, Jul 20, 2003
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    jrzyguy Guest

    i agree with hecate, Use either fireworks or dreamweaver.
     
    jrzyguy, Jul 20, 2003
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    buckwheat Guest

    Three GREAT replies - thanks so much. I'm farting around with
    Fireworks/Dreamweaver now. Fireworks seems to want to take a simple
    line of text and convert it to a button first, but then it's not
    re-editable (I don't think). But I'm learning...
     
    buckwheat, Jul 20, 2003
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