I'm "fishing" with this question ... I just purchased Adobe Web CS4, including Photoshop, Fireworks, and Dreamweaver. (I'm a network administrator, not a web site designer, but I want to learn web site design as quickly as possible. I know I need to do the tutorials on all the products, but ...)
Can someone help me get started quickly by telling me the general procedure for taking a .jpg image and turning into a semi-transparent layer to serve as the background for a web page?
I think I need to start by opening the .jpg in Photoshop, but I can't see the option in Photoshop to save as .html. I can see "Save as .PNG". Then I can open the .PNG file in Dreamweaver, but it comes up as a white page. Or I can open it in Fireworks, but that doesn't have the option of "Save as .html" either.
Thanks for any tips.