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The answer depends on your layout. If you are using a raster element (jpg, gif, png) the best size is the maximum size required in the layout. Be careful as large images will result in an increased wait time to load the file on a browser. Some tips with raster: try to break the image in to elements eg. separate the logo from the background in web ...
Designing a graphics for a header is not just designing the image, but knowing how the header will look overall. If you provide only the image, there is a chance the other person making the website put just a tini little version, or a deformed one for example. So the first step is to prepare a canvas simulating diferent screen devices, let's say: 1920 ...
As long as you are using shapes and the pen tool in Illustrator it really doesn't matter. Letters that are converted to paths are fine too. Not sure about the other tools. Since you are creating vector graphics with those tools (when using Illustrator) they can be enlarged infinitely without loss of quality. Save your files in EPS, AI, PDF or SVG. Those ...
File → Export To → Images should do what you’re after.
You simply open it in a newer version of Corel Draw, next time you save it it will be saved as this new version. This way you preserve the layers, objects, groups, efects, etc.
You can Import EPS / AI file directly in Corel Draw. There are less possibilities of export to CDR from AI / PSD.
I'm not sure this will work, but I've used this to open Illustrator CC files in Illustrator CS6, so it might work two versions back: Download and install a script to open multipage PDF (you might get different/better results with either): Open Multipage PDF or Multi-Page PDF loader Use on the .ai file instead of .pdf I suspects it works by reading the ...
Have you tried http://www.fontsquirrel.com/tools/webfont-generator or http://onlinefontconverter.com they both work well and the sites are running OK
If you have Adobe Acrobat, open the AICS6 file with that. Then save as PDF.. then open the PDF in AICS5. Be aware, some art may be flattened or expanded when opening the PDF in Illustrator CS5. And this assumes the CS6 file was saved with PDF compatibility on. The easiest solution is to find someone with CS6 or newer and ask them to re-save the file to ...
To add to DA01's excellent answer and to provide additional context, OpenType comes in two flavors: TrueType and PostScript. So way back in the day, when Adobe created PostScript, they defined curves in a certain way mathematically. PostScript became wildly popular because it could accurately take things on screen and print them onto paper and it could ...
What specific advantages or disadvantages can be found in the various font formats in today's technological setting?? As you stated, today's main advantage is with OpenType being able to support a much larger set of glyphs as well as other things like alternate characters and automatic character swapping. Should I be avoiding Type 1 and Type 3 ...
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