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CorelDraw 10 : Adding Graphics to a Page (part 2) - Exporting the rollover graphic

11/21/2011 10:31:45 AM
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Exporting the rollover graphic

To use the rollover in a Web page, you must export it as an HTML or Flash object. Note that HTML has greater compatibility, since Flash objects only work if the person has the Flash plug-in installed for his or her browser.

To publish a rollover as an HTML object:
1.
Select the rollover graphic and choose File > Publish To The Web > HTML.

The Publish To The Web dialog box appears (Figure 4). No Issues should be listed.

Figure 4. Use the Publish To The Web dialog box to export the rollover to HTML with embedded JavaScript code.


2.
In the Export Range section, click the Selection radio button.

3.
Optional: To make sure that the rollover works properly, click the Browser Preview button to test the button in your browser.

4.
In the Destination box, select a folder in which to store the HTML/JavaScript file. (The three button state images will be stored in an Images subfolder.)

5.
Click OK to export the rollover as HTML.

To publish a rollover as a Flash object:
1.
Choose File > Publish To The Web > Flash embedded in HTML.

The Export dialog box appears (Figure 5).

Figure 5. The first step in creating a Flash rollover is to specify a name for the resulting file.


2.
Name the object file, click the Selected only check box, and click Export.

The Flash Export dialog box appears (Figure 6).

Figure 6. In the Flash Export dialog box, you can preview the effect or just click OK to create the file.


3.
No Issues should be noted on the right-most tab. If you want to make sure that the rollover works properly, click the Preview button.

The button is loaded into your browser.

4.
Click OK to complete the export process.

Two files are generated: an HTML (.htm) file and a Flash (.swf) file of the same name.
 
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