TIP 147: Optimizing Photoshop Layouts
Most users place normal Photoshop files, but you can also place entire page
If you've used ImageReady to create the sliced layout and have already set your compression settings there, those settings will be honored when you use the PSD in GoLive.
When you're done fine-tuning your settings, click Save to save the resulting files into your site. You'll notice in the Save dialog box that the file extension is .data. Upon saving the .data file you'll see that GoLive has created a folder whose contents include a settings.opt file and images created from the slices in the PSD ( Figure 147 ).
Figure 147. GoLive automatically generates a folder with a .data extension that holds a settings file and images.
If later you want to adjust the design, you can simply double-click on the edge of the SmartObject you placed into your page, and the original PSD file will
TIP 148: Customizing Text Variables
If you have ever used a layered PSD file as a Smart Object and had a text layer as the topmost layer in the Photoshop file, then you'll probably have seen a dialog like the one here ( Figure 148 ). The Variable Settings dialog box lets you customize some part of a Smart Object without the original authoring application.
Figure 148. The Variable Settings dialog box.
Use this simple dialog box to easily change the text string in the PSD file. Simply enable the check box