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Using the WA template My City

Thread began 2/23/2010 11:06 am by chuckmiller389928 | Last modified 10/14/2015 12:51 pm by Ray Borduin | 2711 views | 2 replies |

chuckmiller389928

Using the WA template My City

My first question in this forum, and perhaps not in the right place. (Couldn't find an area on templates.)

I downloaded the template My City. My client and I have modified the main Photoshop file, and I am ready to convert that to a functioning web page.

I'd think that Web Assist would provide some guidance in doing that, but I've found none. The words for My City say to start with the "readme.txt" file but my download doesn't have one.

Sans guidance, I'll compare the PSD file to the finished images - and endeavor to do the same. Just seems that an overview and specific tips might be labor-saving.

(If I was supposed to install the My City template within Dreamweaver or within a WebAssist component, well, I haven't done that.)

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Dani Chankhour

You are correct, there is no readme.txt in the zip. We are going to be looking at this issue.

Meanwhile, i will outline what you need to do:
1. extract the zip
2. copy everything in the mycity_website folder to your site
3. next you can use the PSD or the PNG to update the images of the template
The best way to update the template is look at how the template is designed and see the different background images that are being used. I would recommend looking under the images folder and see how the images are used and how they are designed, this will help you in slicing the images from your template easier.

I have a pdf that could give you some more information as well:

using_your_sucasa_design.pdf


let me know if you have any other questions.

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anonymous

Hi, chuckmiller.
I wonder whether you have worked it out? As for myself, I have seldom tried to convert that to a functioning web page. I wonder have you ever worked it out? Do I need another 3rd party manual toolkit? When it comes PDF converting process, I have another question, I wonder have you ever tried to convert pdf to other image files before? As for myself, I am testing the related PDF to PNG converting, PDF to BMP converting , and PDF to JPG converting programs these days. Do you have experience about it? Any suggestion will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.



Best regards,
Pan

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