[pmwiki-users] Fireworks Output
radu at monicsoft.net
Wed Dec 10 22:43:18 CST 2008
Fireworks exports an html file the code of which you can edit to add
template fields in the spots of your new layout where you want them; i.e.
wiki-replaced comments like
<!--markup:(:if enabled FontSizer:)(:fontsizer:)(:if:)-->
You have to keep an eye on the amount of content that is to go in each spot;
if the space allowed in the design is too small, the page content will break
the carefully pieced together layout. In some instances, you'll want to
replace some slices with a smaller gif image and put it in the cell or layer
background with a css repeat attribute either horizontally or vertically;
that way if the content grows or shrinks, the layout will be preserved as
Rename that file with a .tmpl extension and place it with any css and images
in a /pub/skins/newname folder, where newname is the name you choose for
However, if you want to use the triad skin, that already has a tmpl file.
Compare the triad.tmpl with newname.tmpl and try to use the same css
into the triad one.
>From my previous experience, the integration will be really tough (I worked
with the Gemini skin), because it's not easy to get Firefox to generate a
plain layout table: it adds lots of extra cells (and slices) to help control
the layout. If you have Dreamweaver, it may help a bit.
On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 8:58 AM, Mailinglists <mailinglists at wso.net> wrote:
> I know this is probably something that most pmWiki users would not even be
> interested in, but I'm in a situation where a customer would like to use
> pmWiki but their designer has created their web site in Adobe Fireworks CS4.
> I have CS4 but I'm not sure of the best approach to "convert" it to pmWiki.
> Fireworks can export several ways and you can export the graphics in
> "slices". I want to use the triad skin so I was thinking I could slice it up
> based on header, left side, middle, right side, bottom.
> I'd consider my pmWiki knowledge level at intermediate.
> I guess I'm wondering if there is somebody out there who has actually done
> this and could just give me a thumbs up or a thumbs down and a few pointers.
> Thank you.
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