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In PhotoshopCC+ you can also choose View > New Guide Layout
Baseline grid are used to create a system of vertical rhythm and matching baselines between columns. This is extremely difficult to do in web design for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons this is so difficult on the web is because of line-height. Text is placed roughly in the middle and may render differently based on the browser you're using, ...
If you want your "Gird" to match the "Pixel Grid" just set it up like this: Gridline Every: 2 Pixels Subdivisions: 2
Images sink. It is customary to alter vertical spacing to allow slightly more space at the bottom of images. Visually images tend to sink a bit when "matted" or surrounded by a field of color. I'd use 1 x left and right 1 x top 1.5 x bottom
I would make the spacing around each image, 33% larger than the image. However, context is important. Scaling up/down, etc etc.
Select photoshop → preferences → guides, grids & slices. Define grid as desired Select view → show → grid; then check extras. Check view → snap to grid; then check snap. Turn on the Paths window if it isn’t already visible. Create a new path called Horizontal. Use the pen tool (P). Define a horizontal line segment at the top of the grid. Single click ...
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