Fireworks CS5 Tutorial – Rollover Button/Image

Fireworks CS5 Tutorial - Rollover Button/Image

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16 responses to “Fireworks CS5 Tutorial – Rollover Button/Image”

  1. William McGhee says:

    @ImzTech , can I use Fireworks to make to Mirror an image or flip an image. I need to flip images so when I print them they will come out on on tshirts correct.

  2. Ava Lynn says:

    How do you export the rollover buttons and bring the buttons up onto a internet explorer page?

  3. Feathez says:

    I have to say thank you for bringing some of the uses of Fireworks to us Web Designers. I have been reading a few articles lately about a click-trough mock up in fireworks. Would be interested in seeing this with perhaps some image swaps. Thank you and keep up the great work.

  4. Feathez says:

    I have to say thank you for bringing some of the uses of Fireworks to us Web Designers. I have been reading a few articles lately about a click-trough mock up in fireworks. Would be interested in seeing this with perhaps some image swaps. Thank you and keep up the great work.

  5. Feathez says:

    I have to say thank you for bringing some of the uses of Fireworks to us Web Designers. I have been reading a few articles lately about a click-trough mock up in fireworks. Would be interested in seeing this with perhaps some image swaps. Thank you and keep up the great work.

  6. RO2player says:

    I never suggested this wasn’t fireworks CS5.
    What I’m saying is why even make animation states in fireworks when you can code them with CSS and not need to use raster images?

  7. ImzTech says:

    cs5 not css

  8. RO2player says:

    Shouldn’t you be doing rollovers with CSS?

  9. hemophagecleric says:

    Hey. So when I preview the rollovers in fireworks, its fine. but when I preview it in a browser, it shows the state 2 object first. And then i have to put the mouse over the object in order for it to change back to the state 1 object, and then it works properly. Is there something Im doing wrong? thanks for the help

  10. ImzTech says:

    Yes I will be uploading one by Friday. I will make the graphic in Fireworks and then transporting the sire over to Dreamweaver. I’m going to do it for you so make sure you watch it!!!!

  11. osuguppy A says:

    Thanks for the reply.. will you ever have a video creating a website, at least a simple one?

  12. ImzTech says:

    In the states panel on the right side of each state there is a number, click on that number and increase the size.

  13. osuguppy A says:

    As far as states panel, is there a way to control the speed of the animation?

  14. weeweeweelliam says:

    ? in CS5.5 you do your buttons with CSS

  15. Nathan Simpson says:

    thanks, just what i needed 😀

  16. ImzTech says:

    5)Now you can export your work. You will have a lot less images and you will not need most of them. (steps 1 – 4 in the comments)

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