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Part V: Designing Web Pages: Layout, Int... > Exporting HTML Code from Fireworks

Hour 16. Exporting HTML Code from Fireworks

To make a Fireworks file full of interactive graphics into a Web page, the graphics and interactivity must be laid out and scripted by using HTML and JavaScript. Fireworks can export fully functional code along with all the necessary image files. Fireworks can even export all the code for a custom pop-up menu or XHTML-compliant code for the next generation of dynamic Web pages. XHTML will likely replace HTML as the standard language for displaying Web content. The advantages of XHTML over HTML are too great to list here, but one of the most notable facts is that it can be read by a far wider range of products than the simple Web browser. Current-generation PDAs and mobile phones can also read it, making Web content accessible to a wider audience. To learn more about XHTML, you can either go to the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web site, at http://www.w3.org, or get yourself a good book on the subject, such as Sams Teach Yourself HTML and XHTML in 24 Hours by Dick Oliver.

In this hour you will

  • Learn about the different Web page export options

  • View and change exported HTML source code

  • Create pop-up menus for easy site navigation


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