I have been provided a typographic logo in an EPS format and I am creating a PNG with it (File | Save For Web & Devices) to be used on a web site. One of the pages on the web site is a "print friendly" view of data and it uses this logo. The problem I'm running into is this logo looks terrible when printed from the web site.
I've tried everything I can think of to get the logo to look good when printed from the web site but I can't get it to print nicely. Is this just a limitation of printing from a web browser or is there something that I'm missing when I export to a PNG format? Here are a couple notes:
- I'm not resizing the image at all during the export or on the actual web page.
- When I print the logo directly from Illustrator it comes out great. It's only when printing from the actual web page that it looks terrible (pixelated, etc).
- I've done a 'Select All' and checked the 'Align To Pixel Grid' in the Align panel (I'm using CS5).
- The logo looks great when rendered on screen - very sharp.
- The DPI is set to 300 on the logo.
Any help would be much appreciated.