Publishing Problems

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Ok guys, So far the website looks ok when I preview it, but once I publish it and view the html file the text fonts have fallen apart, and also the quality of the button design is poor. I think I can sort the text by setting the properties to Static but not sure what to do with my graphics, any help is most appreciated. TY

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ok guys, I checked in my publishing properties for HTML and found that the quality was set to low so I booted it up to best and hey presto the fonts and graphics look great. The only thing is, I have never changed the publishing properties before so I cant understand what happened, or is it that I have still done something wrong with the fonts and seriously messed up my optimisation. Any chance someone can confirm as I dont want to go to far if I have a serious problem
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hmm that's kind of odd really. So, you went back in and checked
the publish settings and they were fine? I know Quality: High is
default and only changes manually. I would just count your lucky
stars in this case, and move on.

My best guess is that some sort of keystrokes you put together
caused the setting to change.
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You can alter the quality of things like jpg, I imported some bitmaps and they looked poop, so i found something where-by you can alter the quality
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he's not talking about that at all AcRoNym

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