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Re: Secret to creating smooth, clear text logos for websites I'm sure the graphics pros will probably slap me with a mackerel for being so pedestrian but...
Since I'm not a graphic artist and have to come up with text banners and headings pretty frequently, I always make the original "huge" and 300 or 600dpi. Save it at the full size/resolution. Then I resize and Save As at the various smaller resolutions I need. Relying on HTML sizing is not at all reliable...especially if you're going for a size that isn't a clean multiple, or is larger than the original.
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