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Set HTML Background in Adobe Fireworks

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#1 SmartWeb


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Posted 21 November 2013 - 02:25 AM

To set an HTML Background in Adobe Fireworks

1.Open the image you want to edit in Adobe Fireworks.
2.Go to File->Export. This will display a wizard that lets you export the image to a GIF file format. GIF format gives a transparent background for the image.
3.Go to the Format drop down box and select GIF.
4.Now from the Transparency drop down box select the option Indexed Color.
5.To save and export the HTML background color, click on Export.
6. This will display a preview showing the transparent HTML background for your image.To save the changes click OK.

#2 frebbasa3


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Posted 08 August 2023 - 08:27 AM

Click on the "Options" button in the Export dialog box to open the Export Preview window. In the Export Preview window, under "Color," choose "256" colors from the "Colors" drop-down menu. screen mirroring oppo This will create an indexed color palette for the GIF image. Under "Transparency," select the option "Alpha Transparency." This will ensure that the transparent areas of your image remain transparent in the exported GIF file. Open the exported GIF image in a web browser or an image viewer that supports transparency. You should see the transparent background around your image. Verify that the transparency looks as expected. 

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