Working with Photoshop Slices in Dreamweaver - 3
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: Richard Williams
: Working with Photoshop Slices in Dreamweaver - 3
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In part three of this video tutorial series, Richard Williams shows how to convert images to background images and put text over the top of them inside of Dreamweaver. Richard then applies CSS styling to the HTML text to match it with the design created in Photoshop.
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