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Old 03 March 2003   #1
Photoshop & imageready - mac/pc?

I've just about given up. Help!

I am building a website , making the enire page in photoshop 6 for Mac OS9, bringing it into imageready and silcing it up, then back to photoshop and 'saving it for web'.

Then (once I tweak the margins via code) I try it out on IE (for OSX) and it looks great! All the links work and the table fits together like a glove.

The problem occurs when I see it on a PC. the table is broken!!!! You see small spaces in between some of the individual cells, and the link images are surrounded by this horrible blue markee.

You can check it out on:

http://www.firstprescaldwell.org/greg/index.html


just be aware that mac users will probably see nothing wrong with it.

Help... anyone?

-Greg
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Old 03 March 2003   #2
You should be able to get rid of the blue rectangles by specifying
a border size of "0".
change: <img src="images/button.gif">
to: <img src="images/button.gif" border="0">
 
Old 03 March 2003   #3
Thanks! blue rectangles fixed!

now, what about those horribly broken tables? Is there anything under the 'save for web/options' menu that would make it a 'cross-plattform table' (if there's such a thing)??

-g
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Old 03 March 2003   #4
I suggest you work on the code manually and fix it to work on a PC. Forget about making it look good for Macs. There so many more people on PCs that you should target only this group. Once you have this resolved then making it work for macs is just topping on the cake.
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