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    I have a website where I do a lot of my imaging work in Photoshop. I always do my design on my university's computers and recently they updated Photoshop where the color hue I use to post images on my website isn't in the palette anymore.

    In Dreamweaver under Page Properties I can pick background color for the webpage but because Phtoshop doesn't have the matching hue what can I do?

    It's also a problem because when I load any of my already used web images into Photoshop, Photoshop automatically changes the hue color to the new color.

    Basically my question is how do I establish color continuity between Photoshop and Dreamweaver.

    I know this is a difficult question but please answer to the best of your ability.



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    Senior Member Brak's Avatar
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    In photoshop:
    Edit>Color Settings

    I have mine as Web Graphics Default set right now, which is default.
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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    You have to go about getting your colour settings setup in Photoshop and getting an acurate colour profile for your monitor by calibrating it.

    I doubt Dreamweaver has anything to do with it. If you have a web-page that uses #66FF66 for example. Then you create and save an image in Photoshop which uses the same value, they may look different between programs, but when it comes to displaying both side by side in a browser they'll be managed under the same colour rules making them look the same.

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