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Old January 27th, 2005, 11:28 AM
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Image Ready adds thin rows of 1 pixel slices

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Many times, when I set up a set of slices and export the html and images, I discover that an extra row has been added by ImageReady along the top and right side of the table. It is 1 pixel high along the top, 1 pixel wide along the side. How can I prevent this?

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Old January 27th, 2005, 12:00 PM
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Sounds like the "spacer" row. Imageready creates a row of blank.gifs in order to allow all of the cells and tables in your slices to line up properly. You can turn off the spacer row when you save the slices, just check your options. But, you'll most likely end up with a layout that doesn't look the way it did in your slicing.

In my experience, when I'm working with a complicated layout, I use imageready to cut up the template and make the initial html file, but I end up going back through by hand and redoing the html in order to make it more optimized and useful.

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Old January 27th, 2005, 12:26 PM
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Thanks a million, Kurt. I did find the spacer option, and you were right.


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Sounds like the "spacer" row. Imageready creates a row of blank.gifs in order to allow all of the cells and tables in your slices to line up properly. You can turn off the spacer row when you save the slices, just check your options. But, you'll most likely end up with a layout that doesn't look the way it did in your slicing.

In my experience, when I'm working with a complicated layout, I use imageready to cut up the template and make the initial html file, but I end up going back through by hand and redoing the html in order to make it more optimized and useful.

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Old January 27th, 2005, 03:12 PM
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no problem jess, welcome to the forums.

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