Trying but not succeeding...

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by 4urentertainment, Apr 29, 2008.

Apr 29, 2008
  1. 4urentertainment
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    i have an image of my logo that i want to put on my gradient background on the site, so i need the logo to have no background of its own so that it fits onto the gradient background. I tried making it as PNG and saving it as none interlaced but there is still a white background. (im using photoshop cs2) how do i make an invisible background?????
     
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    Use Save for web and devices and select PNG-24 and make sure Transparency is selected.
     
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    ive done that but its still doing the same thing, is something wrong with my computer or something? what am i doing wrong? is there another way?
     
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    Try saving as a GIF, maybe your browser doesn't show PNG with transparencies.

    Either that or... you havnt removed the white background prior to saving the image. (Look for the checkered workspace for transparency)
     
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    *sigh* 4urentertainment, if you get it, please PM me so I can find this thread again because for the life of me I cant figure out how to do it either.
     
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    You guys are sure you have a transparent background (the gray and white grid) as TaeK said? And you're using "save for web & devices" not just save?

    24 bit PNG with transparency won't work in Internet Explorer 6 and under - not without a little help.
     
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    maybe THATS it, im gonna go check....
     
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    EURIKA!!!! it works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BUT not on my laptop which sucks and probably has internet explorer 1 or smthn lol. But i just tested it on the other pc and it works.
    but just to be sure, could anyone go to : http://freewebs.com/4ur4ur1/check.htm and if u see a house icon without a white background it works, if there is a white or anything other than the black background that's already there, its back to the drawing board
     
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    I get a black background in Firefox 2.0.0.14 under OSX Leopard. It's neat how it looks like it has a reflection on a black background and a shadow on a white background. [​IMG]
     
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    Sure you did this but worth pointing out
    Did you delete the back ground from the image?

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    Use the magic wand and select all the black
    "Layer via cut" (not right name but forgot real name)
    Delete the new layer then save as a gif with transparency's preserved
     

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