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check out - http://viewportsizes.com/ also this tool helps me to "see" what different websites will look like at different viewport widths, very helpful: http://bradfrost.com/demo/ish/
I'm putting forth a guess here on the intent of the original question. I believe that the question relates to two objectives: 1) size requirements for full display on various view ports 2) acceptable sizes (minimal) that would facilitate having smaller file size I found a good article at Smashing Magazine which may also be of interest to answer this ...
Based on that particular service, you need to visit their requirements for image uploads and vector files: FOUND HERE They provide templates for CorelDraw and Adobe Illustrator. You should use their template and upload the file format they request. Their FAQ page states "We support these data formats: .svg, .ai, .eps and .cdr." There's no reason you need a ...
Save it as a .png, this file type supports image transparency, whereas .jpg does not. Also, Illustrator is more geared toward this kind of thing, InDesign is more built for working with large amounts of text (like creating book layouts).
These are called 'starburst' backgrounds, and we have a nice answer about them here.
To edit a gradient and its "smoothness" as it transitions from one color to another, you'll have to edit it. If you have created the gradient as a layer effect or as a shape fill, find the "Scale" slider. Jiggle this around and you can find desired smoothness of your gradient.
If you're speaking about purely graphics, it's as simple as using the Gradient Tool, preferably on a new layer, with a white to transparent background, clicking and dragging to achieve the desired effect. It doesn't get any more complicated than that. If you're wondering, however, how to achieve this in your own website development, you can do it by ...
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