Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver

Sheri German and Gordon MacKay have whipped up a 3 part article series on working with a design comp in Fireworks and converting it to a CSS based layout in Dreamweaver. Best of all, its free and on the Fireworks Developer Center!!

Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver

Part 1: Initial design
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/fireworks/articles/web_standards_layouts_pt1.html

Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver

Part 2: Markup preparation
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/fireworks/articles/web_standards_layouts_pt2.html

Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver

Part 3: Layout and CSS
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/fireworks/articles/web_standards_layouts_pt3.html

Thanks to Sheri and Gordon for sharing these helpful techniques with the community and we also can’t forget about our wonderful in-house Fireworks Developer Center Editor and more, Stefan Gruenwedel. 🙂

You can also find more work by Sheri and Gordon at CMX!

4 Responses to Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver

  1. … and it was very fun to do as well 🙂
    Thanks Alan!

  2. Peter says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. Can I translate your article into polish and publish at my website?
    I will back here and check your answer. Keep up the good work.

  3. luggage says:

    The first article on web standards is really so important.
    Web standards are so necessary, and are so often overlooked by web designers (especially new designers.) Seriously – it’s crazy how many designers are really too lazy to be serious about web standards. There are some shocking designs out there, that are terrible unaccessible. Web standards are to help those kind of things from happening, but some guys just refuse to comply to them. Weird, that’s what I say.

  4. I’m currently taking up a short course in web design. More likely, I’ll impress my Instructor once I master this technique. As of now, I’m studying the articles and will likely submit a superb project to my Instructor at the end of our class.