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Chapter 13. Get Your Web Site > Adding Graphics

Adding Graphics

Adding graphics to your Web site can mean the difference between a flat, two-dimensional Web site and an enhanced, appealing-looking layout. If you have a logo, adding it to your site can identify your brand. It's important not to go overboard with your graphics, however. Internet connection speeds vary, and a site with heavy graphics can mean a long wait while your site downloads to the user's browser.

Compatibility

When including images in your HTML, you must be sure to use image types that are compatible with all browsers. If your company logo is a high-resolution, four-color (CMYK: cyan, magenta, yellow, black) graphic, it will not appear in all browsers. A low-resolution, three-color (RGB: red, green, blue) graphic would be the best choice.


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