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Dear Gabriel,
What are the changes you did to the images? I have manage it with the vertical-bottom settings vertical-align: bottom; ? Is that ok?

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Dear Skorpio,
How to over come the white space I am editing it via photoshop what should I look out for when I am saving or editing the image?

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just make sure that your clipping path (press the C key in photoshop, press Shift C to cycle through the toolset until you see the crop icon) and just make sure there is no white space in the t-join. let me know if you still need help on this.

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Dear Skorpio,
Ok once I press shift C what am I suppose to view? I can see the crop toolset what should be my next step how examine for the white space?

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just crop the image from there making sure that you don't leave space on the right or left.. i noticed a very small space

or you can use the one that i cropped for you on the other post...

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Dear Skorpio,
I would like to ask your idea. Now what I do is I prepare each of this images via illustrator then import into photoshop. Do you think I should rather build the whole layout and then cut it into pieces. What is your idea?

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please review this link:
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/photoshop/cs/using/WSE311D2B1-CA39-4bab-8BEE-25CF899D1486a.html

design in either illustrator or photoshop, then in photoshop with the image loaded, press C and then Shift C until you get the slice tool (as opposed to the crop tool).

divide up your image by right clicking and choose divide. enter horz or vert or both. drag selections to size.

then do a Save for Web, give it a name and it will create the slices for you plus make an html that will load it up intact.

post your finished code so we can see what your working with.

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Dear Skorpio,
Great that is a big help. Anyway can you check what is wrong with my link here http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/newSet/page5.html. This link has the drag and drop functionality plus the label too. But I will require is something like this http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/page5.html. Why I have the problem where the first two tyres are not on same line. I know the problem is due to extra <div class="droppable"> as like below.

<div class="t1">
      <div class="droppable">
    	<span><b>R11</b>
    		
    		<img class="draggable" src="tyre2.png" >
    		<input type=hidden id="positionR12" name="positionR11" value="R11">
    		<input type=hidden name="tyreIDR11" value="1">
    		
    		
    	</span> 
      </div>
    	
    	<span class="mid"><img src="longJoin1.png"></span>
    	
    	<div class="droppable">
    	<span><b>R11</b>
    		<img class="draggable" src="tyre2.png" >
    		<input type=hidden id="positionR11" name="positionR11" value="R11">
    		<input type=hidden name="tyreIDR11" value="1">
    	</span>
      </div>
     
    </div>
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ok how about this:

<body>

    <div class="t1">
    	<span>
    		<img src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span><span class="mid"><img src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/longJoin1.png"></span><span><img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span><span style="word-spacing: 0"><br>
		<img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span><span class="mid"><img src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/centerLongJoinFirstAxle.png" style="word-spacing: 0; display: block" ></span><span style="word-spacing: 0"><b style="position: absolute; left: -230px; bottom: 27px; width: 30px; word-spacing: 0">R11</b><img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span></div>
    <div class="t1"><span style="word-spacing: 0"><img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span><span class="mid"><img width="39" height="36" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/shortJoin.png" style="word-spacing: 0; display: block"></span><span style="word-spacing: 0"><img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span><span class="mid"><img src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/centerJoinLastAxle.png" style="word-spacing: 0; display: block" ></span><span style="word-spacing: 0"><b style="position: absolute; left: -1px; bottom: -72px; width: 30px; word-spacing: 0">R11</b><img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span><span class="mid"><img width="39" height="36" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/shortJoin.png" style="word-spacing: 0; display: block"></span><span style="word-spacing: 0"><img class="draggable" src="http://183.78.169.53/tyre2/tyre2.png" ></span></div>
</body>
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Dear Skorpio,
I need the droppable too. Because it works together with the draggable.

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do you mean to combine the classes?

class="draggable droppable"

if not just re-add the class to the elements needed, if it expands tho then you will have to change the element type (ie block vs inline)

Edited by Skorpio07: n/a

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Dear Skorpio,
Yes I want to be able to be dragged and droppable. How about a parent div to take of the drag?

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