I desire to make a webpage for patio fixtures, I would plan to have an image that has an option box close to it and if the viewer clicks your color, certain furnishings on the image turn compared to that color.
What is that called and how hard is the fact that to do in something like dreamweaver(is that one of the most generally used web site creator still)
Virtually any tutorials for this
We’d personally call the item a swatch pallete as well as colour picker or somethign like this. At a guess it appears like something you’d should prepare in any graphics prog including photoshop, I’m unsure just how Dreamweaver could accomplish that.
Thank you AlphaMare…. here is a better example of what I would like to do.
With this jcpenney page, you can pick out the color at the bottom and then the shades inside picture will decide on that color. How would I accomplish that in dreamweaver
http: //www3. jcpenney. com/jcp/X6. asp… 1546& cmTypeFlag=RichRel& cmCatID=searchresults
MY SPOUSE AND I haven’t done this specific myself, but the manner I’ve seen the idea done personally is that each of the " color shades" is truly a different picture. They either blast the picture at precisely similar angle with any still camera and also they alter them in Photoshop to color within the affected areas and create a new image.
To ensure the beige would end up being image-1. jpg, the white will be image-2. jpg, etc. From there, you’d must swap the graphics, as AlphaMare reported.
The easy part from the equation is actually the code. The long, tedious, boring part is prepping all the pics.
You might write the value in Dreamweaver, MY SPOUSE AND I guess. But the genuine functionality is because I said before – you need to have a split image for each of the colours. Then for the reason that buttons are clicked, the image changes showing the colour picked out. The JC Penney internet page has added a smaller image that shows onMouseover, with this larger image modifying onClick.
Actually, they did it by using Flash. Cheaters.
Yep, I know. Friends don’t let good friends use Flash.