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    Closing down thread thanx to pathetic spammer from Pakistan danieljeanz + Bubbylayree + Maashleni. As my grandma says "even stupidity is gift from god". Read More

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I strongly advice you to have the background image in .jpeg format.
.gif format images have only 256 colors altogether to display. That's why, a .gif image your is always pixelated.
If you are using Photoshop, you should be able to get few options on the "Save for Web..." window.
But if you are using a repeating background, then .gif would be the best option, UNTIL it is a non-transparent image.
For transparent images, PNG-24 is the best option.
Hope this help :)

~ DriftingSteps

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Send the files on [email removed]
And price list

Edited by Ezzaral: Snipped email. Please keep it on site.

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lame
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Hi Vinay22117,

Your reply on every thread is not relevant to the thread. Plz understand what the people needs from you and what you expected here?

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I agree with what DriftingSteps said.

Sometimes I use .PNG-24 for every image, which sometimes could be a little bigger than .gif but quality is better.

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Hi there
You have to understand that a gif. format you may use for small pictures, but if your website include a large pics than you definitely should use the jpeg format .
DriftinfSteps made a good points, thank budd!!!

Cheers!
Oz.

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I advice you that use .JPEG picture format. I suggest that .GIF is only used for small pictures.

Edited by danieljeanz: n/a

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Rubbish reply as you made also under Bubbylayree account.
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Use GIF's for baner and such (256 colors) and JPEG for photos (millions of colors)

Spiders will be able to idex your site better this way also

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Closing down thread thanx to pathetic spammer from Pakistan danieljeanz + Bubbylayree + Maashleni.

As my grandma says "even stupidity is gift from god".

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