07-21-2005, 01:15 AM #1
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i am new to using adobe illustrator and i am getting super frustrated. no matter what i do when i go and save my image for the web, the edges get all pixelated. anybody know how how i can fix this?
07-21-2005, 03:37 AM #2
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07-21-2005, 04:25 AM #3meanopauseGuest
you want to make a shape behind the image you're working with, and color it the same color as the background of your web page. what's happening is that illustrator is making a transparent image and it starts to act funky. if you're using a white background, then it should be fine.
it's kind of hard to articulate, so i've attached a quick example.
ok. on the left apple, when i created the graphic, i put a black box behind it then i saved it for web. on the right apple, i just made the object and saved it for web. the pseudo transperancy just screws it all up.
i'm not a web designer, but I hope this helps.
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