I have an image on white background; I need part of background transparent and part white
I have figured out how to make the background transparent, but how do I keep the image of state and the lines between house white?
by Scott S Bateman 4 years ago
I have spent more than 30 years in publishing, both print and online. One of the most basic principles of design requires black type on a white background for the sake of legibility. Have you every read a newspaper, magazine or other periodical that has all gray type?I am a big fan of HubPages for...
by Ceres Schwarz 5 years ago
Should a blog or site have a dark background with white font or a white background with black font?Which of the two is better especially in terms of readability and user friendliness for the blog or site visitors? Which would you prefer to see if you were the site or blog visitor? If you were the...
by frantiic 8 years ago
I hate having to edit images with a transparent background to a solid white background just so that it works properly on HubPages.This obviously has to do with the fact that PNG images are converted to JPEG, which does not support transparency. There are 2 solutions: - Turn all transparency to...
by peggyshiffrin 8 years ago
can you use GIMP to invert a black and white image? I.e., I want to change from black dots on a white background to white dots on a black background
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