Resolution for website logos

Discussion in 'The Logo Creator' started by Rick67, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. Rick67

    Rick67

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    What is the best dpi resolution and size for website logos.

    I created a great logo, sized it 800 X 300 so it would fit across the top of my webpage. Exported it at 72dpi and as a .GIF file.

    However when displayed on my webpage the black border around my letters is broken up into streaks of white and the image is not as clear as it shows in TLC.

    Just point me to the right directions for this situation.

    I appreciate the time and help!

    Rick :image10-2:
     
  2. Borpean

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    Keep colorful logos with lots of detail as JPGs not GIFs. Always 72dpi for web.
     
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    The broken lines around your letters on your tgif export is cured by picking a black square one or two to the left of the last black...the rest are not effected when choosing a transparent background.
     
  4. Rick67

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    Ah-Ha! Making them a .jpg file did the trick! Logos look great on the web now! Thanks!

    In what circumstances would I use .GIF?
     
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