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Changing Image Size when Saving For Web in Photoshop

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Help! When I try to Save For Web in Photoshop, I type in the exact size (in pixels) that I need the image to be for a website. (It's a logo) But when I do the Percentage automatically changes simulatenueously. Screen Shot 2020-10-29 at 10.18.22 AM.png

For example, I will type 200px and the Percent box on the right goes down to 15%, causing the image to be super low quality. How can I type in a specific pixel size but keep the percent at 100%?

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Changing Image Size when Saving For Web in Photoshop

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Help! When I try to Save For Web in Photoshop, I type in the exact size (in pixels) that I need the image to be for a website. (It's a logo) But when I do the Percentage automatically changes simulatenueously. Screen Shot 2020-10-29 at 10.18.22 AM.png

For example, I will type 200px and the Percent box on the right goes down to 15%, causing the image to be super low quality. How can I type in a specific pixel size but keep the percent at 100%?

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200 pixels is precisely 15.71% of 1273 pixels. What did you expect?

 

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I expected a non-snarky answer. But thanks. My IT dept tried it and they were able to do it and keep the percentage at 100%.

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Sorry about that. I actually am curious - what did you expect? There's apparently some misunderstanding here, so maybe we can clear that up.

 

"My IT dept tried it and they were able to do it and keep the percentage at 100%"

Well, they didn't. It doesn't work that way. That's percentage of pixel size. If it remained at 100%, they didn't reduce size.

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Hi. When you change the Image size, the Percent value changes automatically for reflecting that change.

 

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Ok so let me re-phrase I guess how can a Save a vector logo for the Web at 200px but keep a decent quality?

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Hi. That depends of the image details. If the image has small details, 200px are so few for describe those details. It's like trying to see details of a smartphone from the other side of a room. 

 

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