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Adobe ImageStyler 1.0 beta (Part 3)

But Wait, There's More! Notice anything about the heading above? It was pasted directly from the previous page as a standard <H3> tag, but then batch-processed by ImageStyler, which replaced all <H3> headings in this file by a graphical, JavaScript-enabled version with a single command! You can do this with any header tag, using JavaScript rollover code or not, or replace your headers with buttons of any style you want, too. And you can do this with your already-existing pages, which means you can make your site look as cool as you dare pretty quickly! This one feature alone might make ImageStyler worth the purchase for many designers. But you're not limited to one feature, of course! For example, design your graphically-cool page any way you want, and ImageStyler will automatically generate the HTML to make the finished page look just like your layout, including image maps, and slices the graphics optimally. Did I mention that you can link similar graphics, so that if you make a style change to one, they're all updated automatically? How about the ability to combine objects and produce graphical mattes?

The Bottom Line

Let's put it this way: If you're already familar with Adobe's tool interface and you work with Web graphics, you're really going to love ImageStyler. And if you're not already familiar with the interface...you will be!


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