Logo for use on website

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I have a logo that I am using on a website. The original image is a good quality jpeg.(if such a thing). The problem is it's round and when it's added to the website the edges look very jagged.
What is the best method and fie type for this type of image. Any suggestions
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It needs to be resized in a bitmap/raster editor like Photoshop.
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Thanks, I will give it a try
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Well, you're surely resizing it inside your web page - do not use html resize (width and height parameters) and yes, just use the ready image with correct dimensions.
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do you have a link so we can see the image?
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I could edit you logo if you want. Give more details please.
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Use photoshop and save it in gif image... also,, use a transparent background..

Dang, we need the image so we can help you solve your problem.
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@Mark_Weyner, If he doesn't want to lose quality I would rather save it as a PNG than a GIF image.
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if it's only a couple colors and you want perfect quality, why not use an svg image?
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mindfullsilence wrote:
if it's only a couple colors and you want perfect quality, why not use an svg image?


problem with SVG is as noted in your link
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To view SVG files in Internet Explorer, users have to download and install a browser plugin.


And lets face it. Tons of people use IE. Albeit this is an older post and the image was never posted, it was probably an aliasing or resizing issue which should/could have been easily fixed.
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hm, perhaps I should have read my own link :). Personally I've never found the need to use an svg image, so I wasn't aware of the plug-in requirement. No wonder it's not widely used.
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I would go with .png format.

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