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Adobe photoshop cs

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by millergroup, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. millergroup

    millergroup Thread Starter

    Jun 28, 2002
    I bought a premade template, made with photoshop.

    I have edited it with image ready cs and saved it. All is well with the with the psd. When I reopen the psd file in photoshop all of my changes are there. However, when I open the index.html in this same template, no changes have been made.

    In image ready, I go to file>update HTML. It goes about halfway, then a pop-up appears that says "No tables were updated"

    The folder structure for this template is as follows:


    In the html folder: images,index.html

    My question is this, how do I get image ready to update the new images in the index.html file?

    Question #2: How do I make photoshop write new html file (aboutus.html) from a psd file I made for this site?

    Thank you very much
  2. uly7


    Jan 27, 2004
    This may work for question #1
    Go to Edit\Preferences\File Handling and may sure that Maximize PSD File Compatibility is in Always.
    Now for question #2
    Photoshop does not write html, only Image Ready. Now, open your template in Image ready and change what you need to change, then save as or save optimized as, choose in the next window, image and html and it should work.
    Hope this help Millergroup.
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