JavaScript error from sliced image

I've gone through the motions of slicing my image, creating rollovers for each slice and copying and pasting the Image Ready-generated html into a Web page (via Dreamweaver 4).  The result is ten or so JavaScript errors when I preview in IE 5.5.  

I need help in making this thing work.  Are there some particulars I should perhaps be made aware of regarding *how* the html is pasted in place?  I know Dreamweaver has a specific function to "Insert Fireworks HTML" but, again, I used ImageReady ... that shouldn't be a crime! :)

I could use Fireworks if need be, but I'm sure there must be a solution to doing this via ImageReady.  This is the first mapped image I've created.

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sati001Connect With a Mentor Commented:
hi greg..
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i am sure they should ans all your no just post it here ..
You need the extension for DreamWeaver that imports ImageReady HTML. Its available from the dreamweaver extension site and i think its also available via That enables a button and a menu to "Import ImageReady HTML". Thats all you need.
gregbaskinAuthor Commented:
I tried thi, actually, and that extension is now outdated.  It works only with ImageReady2 and Dreamweaver 3.  The new Dreamweaver JavaScript doesn't support the output.
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Hmmm...Because at all the classrooms have the ImageReady HTML plugin installed in their dreamweaver 4 extensions manager. Thats what they use to get IR HTML into DW 4 and in fact i have it installed into my DW 4 as well.
gregbaskinAuthor Commented:
Yes, it installed fine for me in DW4 but I still got JavaScript syntax errors.  The link at Macromedia goes directly to the same page at that I downloaded the (outdated) extension from yesterday.  

Any chance you still have that .zip file (or hqx) file, weed?  If so, I'd appreciate a copy at

Also, what do you think about doing this directly in Dreamweaver with HTML layers?  I've been skittish of using layers in the past because users need updated browsers.  But in this case I'm working on a site to display an artists' portfolio and it's easy to make the huge assumption that the viewers will have up to date browsers.  These folks would be graphics professionals and publishers, mostly.

No i dont have the .sit around anymore. Its easy to get from Same thing. Yeah you could do it in Dreamweaver with layers. If theyre supporting javascript theyre probably supporting layers too so either way youre requiring the latest browsers.
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