i´d like to ask you how to create link image to website in jpg/png with coreldraw or photopaint
it´s a favor for a friend.
note: if this problem is solved in this / see below, please let me know.
so i can save your expensive time:-)
note: somethimes a strange thing happens, when i move vector graphic with arrows. it vanishes immediately, so i have to go back to make the graphic visible.
In reply to FosterCoburn:
thanks for an answer.
sorry, maybe i didn´t explain it clearly enough, i like to make a picture, so when you click on it, it opens some particular website.
In reply to jadeoasis:
Where do you wish to put this picture?
jadeoasiswhen i move vector graphic with arrows. it vanishes immediately, so i have to go back to make the graphic visible.
Maybe you have "interruptible refresh" on, and your next arrow key is interrupting the display ?
You can check it at Tools > Options > Workspace > Display.
In reply to harryLondon:
to a personal blog, it would be like a static banner.
note: you´re right , there is an interruptible refresh allowed. is it wrong?
it does that strange effect just from time to time:-(
The program you are using to put your images in the blog is the only thing that can assign a link to the image.
so, it means if i can use a picture as connection to any http site, it can be written only in code?
i thought it can be easily done in coreldraw, just pick up any text or a picture.
come on, corel is strong enough to solve this trivial problem:-)
They're telling you the truth.
Besides, just about any blog software I can think of has a way of designating a banner image and takes care of the link for you.
Try right clicking on the image in the program that you write your blog, and look for an option like "add link", "URL", "anchor" or properties.
It has got to be there somewhere.
thanks for your valuable tip.
i prefer learning from practical experiences, rather than listening just facts:-)
note:sorry i didn´t mentioned, the blog is situated on ning.com, where you can actually upload your banner/image and so on.
jadeoasisi prefer learning from practical experiences, rather than listening just facts:-)
"Learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t live long enough to make them all yourself" (Eleanor Roosevelt).
You can use X5 to create a HTML page directly from Draw graphics inside of CorelDraw. Including links from roll overs. Not sure about slicing a image, but with CD you really wouldn't seem to need to as you can group elements and turn them into hotspots.Under type for the export you have a wide range of JPG, GIF, PNG to choose from. Then you could just FTP the resulting files and your done.
If anyone is interested in more let me know.
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