Visit http://www.adobe.com to download a free sample of GoLive.
Next, perform one of the following tasks to actually import the sliced Photoshop file into the new web page you created:
• Click once anywhere on the desktop of your computer and double-click the icon for your hard drive's main folder. Navigate through the directory structure until you find the sliced Photoshop file you want to import into GoLive. Click and drag that file into your web page file in GoLive.
• Press CTRL-2 (Windows) or CMD-2 (Mac) to display the Objects palette. Click the second button to display the Smart Objects in the lower portion of the Objects palette. The first button in the Smart Objects set allows you to add a sliced Photoshop file to GoLive, so click and drag it into the web page file. Press CTRL-1 (Windows) or CMD-1 (Mac) to display the Inspector palette. Click the Basic tab, and then click the folder icon next to the Source text field to define which Photoshop file you want to use.
• Right-click (Windows) or CTRL-click (Mac) anywhere in the web page file and choose Insert Object I Smart I Smart Photoshop. Press CTRL-1 (Windows) or CMD-1 (Mac) to display the Inspector palette. Click the Basic tab, and then click the folder icon next to the Source text field to define which Photoshop file you want to use.
After you specify the file to import, GoLive starts the Save For Web dialog box to give you a chance to specify optimization settings for each slice in the image. If you've already saved these settings in Photoshop or ImageReady, you can simply click Save and specify the folder in which GoLive should save the optimized files. Otherwise, select each slice, and make changes to the optimization settings as needed and then click Save.
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