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    Well here I am, asking stupid questions again and I only bother real people when I can't find my answer on the web.
    I have an image I would like to put on my site. My problem is that the background of the image is white! That would look really bad against a textured background... my goal is to make the parts that are white, clear so that the textured background will show through parts of the image.
    I'm sure I can't so something like this with MS paint or anything, and I know I'm going to have to put a lot of time into it, but what ever gets it done, I'll do.
    Thanks a million, these forums save my *** on a daily basis. Can't tell you how much it helps!

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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    [searchweb]make background transparent[/searchweb]

    Try refining your Google search terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trico
    [searchweb]make background transparent[/searchweb]

    Try refining your Google search terms.

    hmm couldnt u have told me download the trial ver of photoshop and search google for transparent .gif photoshop? because someone else did.... thnx for all ur help

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    Do I detect a hint of sarcasm here?

    What Trico has done is open an entire avenue for you to explore. You can learn about how transparent backgrounds work, you can choose what software to use (eg. The Gimp is an excellent open source alternative to Photoshop) etc. etc.

    What "someone else" has done is point you at a specific piece of software that will not help you much if you don't wish to pay the money at the end of the trial...

    Sean


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