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n this chapter, we explore the power that Fireworks MX 2004 gives you to write and edit text, make and manipulate vector shapes, and create and mutate bitmap images The control that you have with Fireworks may sometimes seem overwhelming, but the number of its tools is limited and the concepts behind the tools are simple And whether you have a clear idea about what you want, or you re interested in experimenting, Fireworks suits your needs
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Text is the most common element on most Web pages, much as text is the most common element in magazines and newspapers Unlike with printed material, however, users can alter the size and appearance of HTML text to a certain extent Some of the most important decisions you make in building your Web site involve how you present text on the screen In general, a finished Web page has two kinds of text: HTML text: The text you see on the Web page that is created with HTML This type of text is akin to the text in word-processing software such as Microsoft Word Graphic text: The text that s embedded in an image, such as a JPEG or a GIF file In other words, it s a picture of text Which method of presenting text is better for you and people viewing your Web site depends largely on the function of the text Some advantages of using HTML text include the following: HTML text is smaller (in kilobytes) and therefore loads faster in a user s Web browser
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Visitors can vary the size of the text by changing settings in their browsers Special software and hardware (in the case of Braille) can make HTML text available to blind users via audio or touch Remember, always use an ALT tag for graphic text The ALT tag should say what the graphic text says, so blind users have access to it Visitors to your site can select, copy, and paste HTML text into e-mails or word-processing documents, which can help spread the word you re trying to get out via your Web site On the downside, HTML text tends to be limited to very basic fonts those available on all computers, notably Arial and Times and can be presented in only a limited number of ways Graphic text, in contrast, is much more visually dynamic than HTML text, because it s part of an image That s why graphic text is common for buttons and banners, which need to grab the user s attention Some of the key advantages to using graphic text include the following: You can create text using any font that s installed on your computer You can apply lots of different effects to text, like glows and drop-shadows You have greater control of things like leading (the spacing between lines of text) and kerning (the spacing between letters) Of course, using graphic text also has drawbacks Users can t copy and paste text from a graphic, for example Also, because the graphic text is part of an image, the size (in kilobytes) of the text is larger than that of plain HTML text Regardless of the kind of text you re creating, Fireworks can be of help The following sections show how you can use the Fireworks text editing tools to create text as part of an image, as well as export text in HTML format If you want to include your main HTML text in your Fireworks document, or if you want to use placeholder text that will be replaced with final HTML text later in Dreamweaver, use the Fireworks text default, 12 point Arial or Verdana (with no anti-alias), in your page design Using one of those settings gives you a good approximation of how the text will look on the HTML page you make from your design
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