I've seen alot of images on the web like this before but im wondering how i can redesign an image similar to it.Do you see the left nav bar how it starts to be green and then goes to a clear white?Is this just a gradiant or what?Ive also seen images where there are like black in the beggining and it fades out at the end.Can someone point me to a good tutorial on this subject?
Get yourself the Web Developer toolbar addon for Firefox, which will greatly help you see how web pages are broken down. Using this, select "images/view image imformation" to get ***/classes/79/images/menu_top.jpg and ***/classes/79/images/menu_bottom.jpg all becomes obvious. Yes, using gradients in Photoshop will do it. I also recommend the Scrapbook addon too, which saves a self-contained copy of a page to your drive, which you can then open as if your own, say with Dreamweaver for example. As for tutorials, pass. *** is your initial website URL, because as a newbie here I can't use a URL in this post yet.
Thank you Nadia for your Example. Hmm, it just looked weird to me.I figured it was a gradiant.I was trying to find a example to show you what i meant.I couldnt find one though.Alot of people have graphics like this.How can i take a 4 px line height x width and have them black at both ends and make it almost disappear in the middle of the graphic?Do you know what i mean?I use photoshop CS3 also.
Not sure without seeing an example, but it still sounds like a gradient fill... but instead of the gradient going verticallly, it goes horizontally, with black colour at both ends and possibly white in the middle...