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export image ready as css

Posted on 2009-05-11
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I've been reading how to export a image ready as a css document. I go into slices and select css. Then I go to save optimized but I still get the tables instead of the css? What am I doing wrong?
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I'm looking for a tableless layout using css
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"...I go into slices and select css. Then I go to save optimized..."
Choose the CSS export (from the File*Output Settings menu) Click OK. After that you can go to save optimized.
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Ok...it worked this time thanks!!
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Thanks!
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