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Making something look raised or "pushed' is all about lighting and shadows. The human eye and brain interprets shadows as depth. So if you adjust shadows, you can give off the perceptions of depth in a specific area. For a button, adding a shadow below the element in the resting state causes the element to appear raised. If you move the shadow to the top ...


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The term you for making text smaller and floating upwards is called superscript. HTML You can use the <sup> HTML tag to superscript text. My text<sup>®</sup> My text® Here is a live example from w3schools. CSS Alternatively it can be done with CSS with something like this: .superscript { vertical-align:super; ...


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I realize this is a 2012 question, however even in June of 2012 this applied..... No one should probably be slicing layouts anymore. With the improvements in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and PNG32 support there's little need for slicing anything. And tables should never be used for layout purposes. Tables are for tabular data only. With the use of CSS you ...


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The term you're looking for is "cloaking," and Dreamweaver does this. Get into the Site Setup Dialog (there are different ways to do this; you can right click a single file and look for cloaking, or do it through the menu for the Files palette: Once you're in Advanced Settings > Cloaking, you can set options to cloak a certain file format: Or you can ...



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