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To create your Content Page image in Photoshop:
1. Create a new document and set the Color Mode to RGB, the dimensions to pixels: 804w x 536x.
2. Set the resolution to 72pixels/inch. Leave the remaining settings as-is.
3. Once the document has been created, set the color of the background layer. Any text or images
will appear against this background color. Choose a color that coordinates well with your overall
site design. For a seamless Content Page, match the background color to the Site Color you chose
in Layout & Style (you can check the hex value in the color picker).
4. Using Photoshop's Type tool, select any font available to you and enter the text you would like to
display on the page. Adjust the type color and/or size as needed.
5. Optional: Add Images to your Content Page. You can also insert graphics or images into your
Content Pages to create a unique look. Visit the clickbooq.com Gallery for ideas and inspiration.
6. When you are satisfied with your page layout, use Photoshop's Save for Web menu to export an
optimized GIF, JPEG, or PNG. Please refer to "Preparing your Images" for additional information on
optimizing your images.
7. Now, save your layout as a Photoshop (.psd) document in case you need to edit any information
Tip: If you set the site color within the frame of your site to be transparent (invisible) in Layout &
Style, to allow the background to show through the site, you may want to consider creating your
Content Pages as transparent PNGs. This will allow you to maintain the pass-through effect of
your site design. To create a transparent PNG, please see the KnowledgeBase document titled
Transparent PNG in the Support section of your Toolbox.