A general rule of thumb is to use gifs for illustrations and images that contain large areas of flat color, and to use jpgs for photographs and images with continuous tones. The jpg format has a very good compression rate, but compression reduces the quality of the image, so experiment until you have the optimal quality/file size.
Do web images really look different on a Mac and a Windows computer? Yes. Macs use a Gamma of 1.8, while Windows machines use a Gamma of 2.2. It is recommended that Mac users change their Gamma to 2.2 when working on web projects to see how images will appear on a Windows machine. For more in-depth information on Gamma and color theory, see our Color Management section.
How Do You Create The Favicon.ico File Needed For Favicons In Photoshop? In our "Tutorials by Jennifer" section you'll find a tutorial that explains exactly how to make your very own Favicons in Photoshop.
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