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Post 3+ Months Ago

Can someone help me make it look really good. its kinda blurry and i wanna get someh elp titying it up

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just looks like your export setting is set really really low and the jpg is
getting pixellated. what program are you using to make the images?
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adobe photoshop 7
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hmm. not sure where u are getting ur images from but keep in mind that webresolution can only display 72 dpi. If u have ur resolution in photoshop any higher u will lose quality on the web. also u have a limited color palate to choose from. gradients will display kinda crusty if the color depth is too great.

hope that helps some?
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yea, it helps. i will start designing a new one soon
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i would just suggest that if your image is clean and clear in the main part
of pshop, and then you save for web (are you doing this?), then set the
jpg quality at at least 75%. That will definitely help keep the images from
pixellating.

If the images are already pixellated, this won't do much for you.
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Well you should always start out with a high resolution then work your way down accoding to how much quality you want to sacrifice. usually i start out with a 500 rez or higher image, then when you save for the web, it automatically converts it to 72 dpi. from there you can check how fast it will download on what type of connection (very important). as for web pallet, i think that was once important, however, most modern moniters can display millions+ colors so i never really worry about this. the only people you need to worrie about web safe is my grandma on her commidor. and its more or less pointless anyway since no two monitors are the same the colors will be different no matter what
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i re did it. check it out now :D
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MUCH better! nice work :thumbsup:
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Definitely better Minne. Looks good.
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I agree :D
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I also fixed the buttons on the header so they are fully black not just shades of black and it fits in perfect in the spot now
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Nice, keep up the good work! :D
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thanks, got any suggestions?

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