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how do I get a hotspot I created on an image in fireworks to work on my web page

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I created a hot spot on an image that I want to use as the background image of my homepage (index.html) it works in fireworks but i dont know how to bring it into my website with dreamweaver and make it work
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You do this from the Property Editor, the same as you would prepare slices for export.

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/fireworks/cs/using/WS4c25cfbb1410b0021e63e3d1152b00db4b-7f75.html
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