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Working with CSS sprites

Working with CSS sprites
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Basic familiarity working with Fireworks is required. Prior experience building websites with CSS is also recommended. In this article, you'll learn how to work with Adobe Fireworks CS6 to generate CSS Sprites. A sprite image consists of multiple graphics that are combined together to form a single image. Each one of the graphics in the sprite image can be rendered separately in an HTML web page using the data provided in the CSS style sheet.
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