[thelist] Greetings, and my first Question?

Alvaro Medina incomt65 at hotpop.com
Sat Feb 28 12:40:10 CST 2004

Hello Mike, you may try PNG as alternative to GIF. I assume you are making
your logo transparent, so PNG is the best option, as it has more smooth
transparency (alpha transparency) than GIF.

Alvaro Medina G.
incomt65 at hotpop.com
Santiago, Chile
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Schrecker" <michaelschrecker at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2004 3:25 PM
Subject: [thelist] Greetings, and my first Question?

> Hello all!  First of all, thanks for taking the time to help me with my
problem.  This list is great!!
> I have recently started teaching myself Web Design, and am getting pretty
good at it.  I am stuck at a certain point, and I don't want to move forward
till I figure this out.
> I am trying to use a very simple logo design (text converted to curves) on
my website.  However, everytime I post it, it looks real bad.  I have read
tons of tutorials and can't get it looking any better.
> Illustrator is supposed to be able to present logos with good crisp edges,
isn't it?
> I have saved for web in many different ways:
> Gif, both dithered and undithered.  (results are very pixelated)
> jpg. looks better but I can't get rid of the white background. (when using
the simple text logo)
> I would greatly appreciate help on this!
> Thanks!!!
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