Creating jQuery Mobile website themes
Basic familiarity working with Dreamweaver and Fireworks is required. Prior experience building websites with the jQuery Mobile Framework, HTML, and CSS is also recommended. In this article you'll learn how to work with Adobe Fireworks CS6 to create custom jQuery mobile skins and use them in mobile websites based on the jQuery Mobile Framework.
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Adobe have been using Labs as a testing area for features and extensions for some time. One such extension, which now ships as standard, allows jQuery Mobile themes to be built in Fireworks CS6 and exported as usable code. Let's take a look at the options we're given for developing jQuery Mobile themes in Fireworks.
Extract CSS object properties
Export slices as CSS sprite
Creating jQuery mobile themes
Set opacity separately for fill and stroke
Color selection improvement
Set the angle for gradient or pattern fills
New fw.png filename extension
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