Changing from JPG to HTML

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  1. leepster

    leepster New Member

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    I designed this ad in photoshop cs4 in the photoshop/jpg file format. I re-did it and changed it into html. I did the best I can, but it doesn't look like how I want it to be. I'm thinking I need to put in some CSS but I feel like I'm in over my head. I'm still learning html, and trying to learn some CSS today just kinda gave me a headache.

    Can somebody help me with the CSS and/or HTML to help me build my original ad from the JPG format into the HTML/CSS format?

    If so, let me know and I can email you my jpg and we can further discuss it.
     
  2. ronaldroe

    ronaldroe Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Post the image, and I/we can give you at least a nudge in the right direction.
     
  3. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    If it is for an advertising campaign why does it need to be HTML?
     
  4. leepster

    leepster New Member

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    so it won't go into the spam folder when I email it.
     
  5. leepster

    leepster New Member

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  6. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    And you think that HTML won't??
     
  7. Edge

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    An image version and HTML version will have the same likelihood of going into the spam folder. If you want some text to be visible before having to click on 'download pictures' then a mixture of HTML and images would be slightly better. Do you happen to have Fireworks as it can export the image to HTML after using the splice tool. I have an old version of firework (CS3) and it exports it as old school tabular HTML which actually is just perfect for the myriad of email platforms.
     

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