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Take that job and make a good looking webdesign in Photoshop, then send me the PSDs doc , i'll convert them into HTML CSS as I am expert in this field. Contact me at Skype my id is arlalsaehl . you and me can make a team. Thanks.


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This might not be quite the answer you're looking for, but I find it better than handing mediocre, auto-generated styles to the engineers. Selective markup I'm sure you've discovered Sketch's context menu CSS grabber. You can select as many objects as you like and you'll get the CSS on your clipboard faster than you can paste it. There's no selectors ...


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If the image is raster (JPG, PNG or GIF) then there is nothing you can do. If you specify dimensions in the CSS different from the actual dimensions of the image source, then the browser will need to do some re-sampling be able to render the image at the requested dimensions. The reason for this is that the browsers need to make up missing pixels if you ...


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Rescaling a rasterized image is usually not the best way to go in this situation. I would consider taking your shape into illustrator and saving it as an SVG, which you can then use . Alternatively, if you are hell-bent on keeping your rasterized arrow, you could experiment with the image rendering css property. Try this in your css .your-image-class { ...


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See the following links http://blog.mengto.com/the-best-hidden-features-in-sketch/ Follow Meng To's blog to keep up to date with interesting Sketch tutorials, tips & even tricks. http://blog.mengto.com/ https://designcode.io/



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