Images in frontpage

  • groog
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Ok, I have az entire list of images and an idea of what my site will look like, but I have a problem. When I put my images in frontpage it looks fine, but when I put it on the web, you just can't see my images or they just don't load. I make all my images off CorelDRAW (kind of like photoshop) or paint (paint is for pixel stuff). So far all my images on my site are from paint (bmp. file)

Here is what i've done so far. http://www.geocities.com/fruzzgle/home.htm

Yah, I know it's not much but what you are supposed to see is a list of arrows pointing to the different links (well, soon-to-be links) and a "navagation" banner above it all.

Just to let you know they look like this.

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I hope somone can help me out here. I'm just stumped!

Edit: Nevermind guys! Figuered it out!
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  • Axe
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You need to publish your images in .jpg format, not .bmp format! :)
  • groog
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Actually, I find a bmp better because it doesn't change the color (for paint anyway) jpgs and gifs mess the color up and my images don't blend in.
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No no, I'm saying you NEED to publish in jpg format.

JPG, GIF and PNG are the standard formats for the web. Browsers don't display .bmp format files.
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If your colors are changing when you publish them it's because you are not using web safe colors in your design. Saving in maximum quality jpg is your best bet for retaining color. Also check and make sure you are not designing in CMYK format. Thats not for web viewing it's for printing. You should be designing in RGB mode.

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