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Thread: it's too big!

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    Senior Member kirman's Avatar
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    hey all,
    Just made my page layout in photoshop and cut it up in image rdy... but obviously ma files are still gonna b rather big.

    So i dropped the colour on each seperate sliced image but then i had each slice lookin odd especially the parts of my banner...

    How do i make my files smaller without making them all look different once they'd been sliced.. ?
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    is it only text or one big image? that makes a big diffrence...

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    well its my page lol...
    www.geocities.com/kirman2069/hmm.htm

    but as 1 big drawing so im just cuttin up the whole top banner.. the nav, the content etc.. o and av got a footer..
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    optimise each sliced image.
    if they are mainly text and vector grpahics then save them as .gif and if they are more photographic them optimise them as .jpg


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