Thank You Abraham, I went through all the files and I was in fact uploading them to the wrong place, however another problem came up, how can I directly edit a flash document when its given to me? It only opens up as a movie in flash and not in timeline editing mode.
Maybe you can help me out,
If you are only given the swf file you will not be able to open it and edit it in Flash. You need the fla file. It's kind of like someone giving you a composited jpg image with a bunch of text and over lapping images and wanting you to go back to the original Photoshop doc without the psd.
I see, How about this Abraham? I am just looking for a good source to learn more on these AP dividers in dreamweaver. When I use them, they appear in the correct location in dreamweaver but shift to a different position on the web, I remember layers from previous dreamweavers but these are a little different. Thanks for your help
I would set the background image of a div to the image I wanted to overlay, set the width and height of the div to match the image, put the text you want to overlay the image in the div, set some padding of the div to push the text away from the edge. Code might be something like this:
Why do my divider tags keep moving when I view them on the web. I position them correctly and then they move for no reason. I can't put the image in as a background image because then it will not print. This is very frustrating, I just want an image with text over it that will print. I put it in a cell and then put dividers over it for the text and it still didnt work; Thanks
You could post the URL of the page you are having trouble with and include a screen shot of what you want it to look like or how it looks in Dreamweaver. It's hard to tell what code is wrong without looking at it.
i don't know why? Thanks for your help anyway. I just cant get a grip on these AP dividers at all. I have a image and some text, I want the image behind the text and I want it to print. How would you do it?
Containing Relative Positioned Div:
I would setup a relative positioned div to contain two absolute positioned divs. I would set the width of this div to restrain the text to whatever width might fit the overlay of the image.
Image AP Div:
One absolute positioned div inside of the relative positioned div would have a top and left position of 0,0 to place it in the direct top left corner of the relative positioned div, it would have the image inside of it and have a z-index smaller than that of the other absolute positioned div, this would make it be behind the text div.
Text AP Div:
The other absolute positioned div inside the relative positioned div would have a top and left position of something like 10,10 to place it slightly inside the top left corner of the containing div. Text would then be placed into it and the z-index would be greater than that of the image div, this would make it so that it would be on top of the image.
Any suggestions on how to make my spry menu bar have different attributes. I am trying to give the menu round corners and adjust the overall look of the menu. The rounded corners are my biggest concern at this point.? Thanks
The best way to do rounded corners is have a design with a set with and a no-repeat background image that has rounded corners. I haven't seen this done with a spry drop-down menu but I'm sure it could be done.
When I am creating a vertical navigation bar a white space is appearing where cells come together and it is making the table and navigation bar look divided. Any suggestions on why this might be happening? I have three cells with no padding on them and one image in each cell, where they meet i can't get rid of the white space?
I have put three child DIVs under one DIV. I want the image, AdvHomeBkg.png, to appear underneath the text DIV as well as the transparent area of the image, AdvLogo.png. Right now it appears blank underneath them. How can I make the background image visible? Can you help?
Thanks with regards
In certain versions of Dreamweaver I have noticed this as well. That the word spacing will not actually preview properly while the letter spacing will. Though this is a problem when viewing in preview it should be a problem when you view the finished product or preview it in a browser.