I've been ok with business cards, flyers, invoices, letterheads in indesign (cs4). I'm attempting to put together a web site at Wix. In indesign I created some bold color lines. The edges which are black bold (played with thinner and non) when uploaded to Wix have a jagged saw tooth edge. I used pdf out of indesign then on mac changed it to jpeg which they accept,but get the jagged edge. I opened ( placed ) the pdf file into illustrator and created a png. with transparent and white back ground. They too have the jagged edge ? I changed the resolution in illustrator from 72,150 and 300 ppi. anti-alias is checked. Still get the jagged edge in Wix site.
in indesign the line looks good, but if I click on the object I can see the jag (barbs,saw tooth). It goes away when I deselect the object then then reappears at Wix
Any suggestions to get rid of this jagged, sawtooth edge? Thank you.
Moved from the Lounge to a product-specific support forum.
what do you see in PhotoShop CS4?
You could also open the PDF and render the pixels with PhotoShop CS4.
And output to PNG or JPEG with various options with PhotoShop's "Output for Web" feature.
If you can see no jagged edges with PhotoShop you have to ask "Wix" what the problem is.
No InDesign question, I think…
As suggested. Line seems to be ok in inDesign and illustrator. Wix wasn't much help in this issue so changed the layout to straight line horizontally
no jag. I can live with it.