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    http://site20.com/~godspeed/Trial.jpg
    I would like to know how to Fade the blueish window panes were I circled into the grey header. So it fades away into nothing. I can't find a tutorial for it so I figured I would ask here. Thanks in advance.
    EDIT: Make sure to enlarge it.

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    You could set the eraser to a brush, very large size (200+) and position it at the bottom underneath the header, hold shift and drag up past the top of the header. Make sure you are on the layer you want to erase though. That's usually how I do it.

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    Perfect, thankyou

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    Maybe this will help you out, reply if it doesnt

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    I checked your new version, looks a lot better with the fading there, good job.

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    Ty, I have another question involving this template.

    http://site20.com/~godspeed/index.html

    Loads slow, what do i do to fix that?

    or is that how its supose to be?

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    Rather than having a few large pictures, your page will load quicker if you slice the images in Photoshop (Slice Tool (K)) then use a table to arrange the pieces, sort of like a puzzle. Make sure your tables are properly nested etc, or it may end up taking longer for the page to load.

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    it is sliced, but only like into 4 or 5
    So just make more slices, and im good to go?

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    Hey [Li] Brad,
    Its not all about slicing the images.
    You have to properly optimise the images before saving.
    Adobe Photoshops Save for Web is a very good option.
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    Slicing four images into many will decrease the load time, but yes, if you can get away with it, save them as gifs or lower resolution jpegs (usually 8 in Photoshop is fine) and that will make the page load quicker.

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