July 23rd, 1999, 02:45 AM
Okay, yet another question from the Omeg! This one concerning tables. I know queit a bit about tables, and can manage them fairly well. But I have seen on various websites, tables that have nice smooth corners. Now I know that you have to use an image to make it smooth like that, but can someone point me in the direction of a tutorial to help me with this?
I'm greatly appriciative of your help, thank you
July 29th, 1999, 06:05 PM
I am not sure how somebody else might do this. The way that I do it is basically to measure how wide the table is, and create a rounded shape in Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop that has the same width. In adobe Illustrator, there is an option to create a rectangle with rounded corners. You can do this and then export it to photoshop for final optimizing and such. The other method, if you don't have Illustrator, but Photoshop, would be to use the guides. position two circles on the opposite ends of a line, select this and fill it in. This might be a bit vague, so I would look up some photoshop tutorials that explain this in greater detail. Look for rounded corners.. Hope this has helped..