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Newbie Question - HELP!

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by Anubis208, Aug 1, 2006.

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  1. Anubis208

    Anubis208 Thread Starter

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    Hi! I'm new to working with website design and I'm having a problem!

    I designed an index page in Photoshop and made slices, now I'm editing in Dreamweaver 8. What I need to do is put my flash menu on the right side of the page. There is also a sliced image on that side. How can I simply insert the menu on top of the image? Every time I try to insert it places the menu on the top, bottom, or side of the image and everything gets messed up. And why can't I just move the menu to where I need it to go?? I'm still teaching myself and learning about this whole web thing, so this may sound like a stupid question. I'd really appreciate any help though! PLEASE...This is driving me crazy and I have no idea why I can't figure this out by now (I'm feeling really dumb).

    P.S. The page is made up of four slices - A bar at the top, a bar on the right side, a bar at the bottom, and a content area in the middle.
     
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    If you want to enter content over the slices, set the slices as the background of the table cell.
     
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