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I was given a Photoshop file to use as a basis for creating a website. There are many layers in the Photoshop file, however the footer is 1 layer. It looks as if it was created and merged together.

The footer is a background image with text and logos on top of it. I'm not sure how I can slice this up since it is just one layer.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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  • You say slice, but it should be easy to split it into squares. Are you actually trying to separate the logos out, the text, or both? – Ryan Jul 13 '14 at 20:31
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    Hi Ryan, I need the background image and logos. There is text on the layer, but I can handle the text in the HTML. – Molly Harper Jul 13 '14 at 21:39
  • So I need the background and four logos. – Molly Harper Jul 13 '14 at 22:12
  • Go pixel by pixel and cut out everything you need. – GiantCowFilms Jul 13 '14 at 22:31
  • I could do that for the logos. What would you recommend? I tried the magic wand tool and they turned out very pixelated. How would you get the background image? – Molly Harper Jul 13 '14 at 22:34
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Unfortunately, if the logos were merged with the background (make sure it's not actually a Smart Object, though) your best option is to redraw the whole thing.

Any chance you can get a new file with the correct layers? The PSD should be optimized for web, and the designer should know how to prepare the assets. You shouldn't have to manipulate the original file, they should have given you the file ready to 'export'.

If you can't get the file fixed and re-sent, my advice is to re-do the background and google + re-do the logos. Otherwise you'll have to use a large image, which would make it impossible to let the logos wrap when you resize your site.

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