Author Topic: Trouble with textbox in Photoshop  (Read 36993 times)

May 25, 2005, 07:41:19 PM
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Hi,  my photoshop template has some textbox and it's ok, but when I save my template to web file all my text box are saved like image, so I can't use it  for input (textbox) in my site.

What can I do?


Please, I need your help!!!!!


May 27, 2005, 10:50:49 AM
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Hi carloscano
Usually we don’t use Photoshop for full HTML formatting. So, I suggest you to use PS only for the main HTML structure of the template.

However your problem is probably with the slice of the text box. Setting slice options lets you specify how the slice data will appear in a Web browser.
You can specify slice options in the “Slice Options” dialog box (Photoshop) and the Slice palette (ImageReady).
Double-click the slice with the slice select tool, to display the Slice Options dialog box.
With the slice select tool active, click the Slice Options button in the options bar. * (This method is available only in the main Photoshop application, not in the Photoshop Save for Web dialog box.)
Choosing the No Image type for a slice lets you enter text that will appear in the slice area of the resulting Web page. This text is HTML text, you can format it using standard HTML tags. Here you have to write the code for the text box.
<input type="text" >

* If the text includes HTML formatting tags, select the Text is HTML option. When this option is deselected, all the text you enter (including formatting tags) will be displayed in the resulting Web page.
* Also note that Photoshop and ImageReady do not display HTML text in the document window; you must use a Web browser to preview the text or text box.

I hope this can help you.

Good luck


Ossoba Design Studio

Your problem is probably with the slice
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2005, 10:50:49 AM »
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