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Now before we do too much more, I would like to take a look at that connection we have built in between the Fireworks program and the Dreamweaver program. If you remember, Fireworks is the one that built this table. And I am just going to select the table once again. I will click just to the right of it, drag on to the table and you could see down in the property window, normal table properties but in addition to that you will see at the bottom it shows a Fireworks source field and there is an edit button.
Now what that is telling us is that Dreamweaver knows where this table was created in Fireworks. It even has a connection to the Fireworks png file it came from. So if I need to make any changes to this layout, I could just click on the edit button and Fireworks will open the file for us. And the first time I tried to do this, we will need to locate the png file for it. That is because we saved our png file in the assets folder, not directly into our website folder, but that is okay. The first time we will set this up it will remember the setting for later and we will not have to worry about it.
I will click okay, and we will just go into the assets folder where we saved our file, select our color layout png and open it up. At this point Dreamweaver is going to go right over to Fireworks and it is going to open up the existing design. Now I would like to point out a couple of things while we are here. We are seeing the same layout and the same slices, but we are also seeing some addition. The connection between the two programs has actually tracked the changes that we have made in Dreamweaver to the table.
The addition of the subtitle and the content on the left hand side, our title over here, it even includes the tags that we have added to mark our heading 1, 2, and paragraph style. Now any changes that you are going to make over here especially to the layout will be transmitted directly back over to Dreamweaver and we will be able to continue working. I just wanted to make a quick change so we could see this happening.
I will select the slice that we used to setup our alien crew button and I am just going to use the handles on the right hand side to extend this all the way to the edge of the table. When you finished with whatever changes you need to make all you need to do is click the done button at the top. That will save your png file and re-export all the elements that are needed in order to get back to Dreamweaver with the table intact.
Now you can see we are back in Dreamweaver, all the changes we made are still there and if I click on the alien crew button you can see now the graphic actually extends all the way into the grey boundary. Now I am actually going to complete the cycle once more because I want to move the crew button back, but I wanted us to be able to see exactly how these changes are going to be transmitted from one program to another.
I will just select the table, choose the edit button, you can see now it had no problem finding the png file since we linked it up for it in the first step. I will select our slice, I will grab it by the handles and I will move it back and once again we will click done to signal we are finished with our changes.