I'm doing a graphic design and for some reason I keep getting extra white space around my photoshop artboard when exporting. I've tried everything but the issue persists. There's no extra content outside of the canvas and there's nothing to suggest the canvas is larger than the artboard itself. Any help would be appreciated!
Luc Gibson - MD, Pixel Colony Limited
A Graphic design & Marketing agency.
Can you post a screenshot of the issue you are facing?
Are you still facing this issue? If yes, then please check the width and height of the artboard when you are exporting it.
I'm having the same issue. My artboard is the correct size, but when i export it it says that the image size is different/bigger.
I've been experiencing the same problem and it seems there's no real solution on the internet, I've been searching for HOURS trying to find a solution, seems like people have been having this problem for years, with no answer as to why it happens and how to fix it. I've finally found something that's worked for me pretty well. When it has the extra space around the artboard for no apparent reason I've gone to Image > Trim and tell it to trim transparent pixels, that's solved the solution for me MOST of the time, so if you're experiencing this problem, I'd go ahead and give that a shot to see if it will fix your problem.
(ps, it's frustrating when this form says the problem has been 'solved' but the "correct answer" is only a response "hey, are you still having this problem?" maybe don't mark it as solved, or at least don't have that response be labled the "correct" answer)
Your answer is very helpful! Trimming the transparent pixels solved this extremely irritating issue for me! Thanks!
OMG GOLD thanks this helped me as well!