GIF on webpages.

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i understand that we can only use GIF images in our webpages (i'm using MS Frontpage) especially if we use it as a hotspot. i'm currently using pictures which i only created using MS Paint. when i converted them to GIF so i can use them in my webpages they become somewhat distorted. are there any good programs where i can create and edit GIF files?
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Adobe Photoshop would be my weapon of choice.
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Your understanding is incorrect. Generally speaking, for websites you can use either GIF, JPG or PNG formats for rasterized images.

Photoshop is, hands down, the industry standard. Fireworks by Macromedia would certainly be a contender.

Otherwise, a simple search at http://www.download.com for "image editor" should harvest several options, prices, etc.
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try and get hold of any type of photo editing software and with that you can export it as a JPG , GiF, PNG
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there r quite a few, photoshop,elements just shop around

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