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Jul 11, 2019

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New to Dreamweaver. I build my logo in Indesign. I made it 1.5 inch / 2.5 inch but it shows up a bit pixilated.

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Use Illustrator to create your logo as a vector graphic and export it to SVG.  See Illustrator screenshot.

SVG-options.jpg

Once exported, you can re-scale your SVG logo without any loss in quality.  You cannot do that with raster images -- JPG or PNG. 

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Small logo for each page [is pixelated]

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New to Dreamweaver. I build my logo in Indesign. I made it 1.5 inch / 2.5 inch but it shows up a bit pixilated.

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Use Illustrator to create your logo as a vector graphic and export it to SVG.  See Illustrator screenshot.

SVG-options.jpg

Once exported, you can re-scale your SVG logo without any loss in quality.  You cannot do that with raster images -- JPG or PNG. 

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Use Illustrator to create your logo as a vector graphic and export it to SVG.  See Illustrator screenshot.

SVG-options.jpg

Once exported, you can re-scale your SVG logo without any loss in quality.  You cannot do that with raster images -- JPG or PNG. 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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Thanks that really helped. And I got to learn a bit of Illustrator.

I made my logo in Illustrator.

Now another question.

I put the SVG file in my site folder in Dreamweaver.

But when I want to place the image I cannot select it.

Any advice?

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I usually copy & paste the SVG code into my document in Code View.  To see it, you have to switch to Live View.

I can also bring in SVGs from the Insert menu > Image....

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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This might of interest: https://svg.scand.com/

Never used it myself so can't say whether it works with the latest version of Indesign but might be worth a try ....


Paul-M, ACP - www.webspectrum.co.uk

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