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How to make fancy ebay gallery pics

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#1 AndrewSe


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Posted 13 August 2012 - 06:05 AM


What applications is it people use to make those fancy eBay listing pictures, for example i've seen ones with smoothed edges, banner strips with writing, general text and flags such as UK/US seller and a UK or US Flag. I'm quite sure it's photoshop, am I right?

I won't put links to eBay for obvious reasons



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Posted 17 October 2012 - 09:50 AM

anything in regards to photo editing may be done in Photoshop or a free opensource solution like Gimp

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 03:17 AM

You are thinking of html style listings. You will need a web page editor to do something like this. I reccomend you use a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) style editor. after you design the listing you need to copy the source code and paste it into the new listing under the HTML tab.

Preview your page to make sure that it turned out ok.

and you should be set.

DreamWeaver would be the most suitable software for this task, however it is proprietary to Adobe and rather expensive as a result. If you would like to get feel for designing web pages without the heavy investment right off the bat, you may want to try Kompozer or another open source editor. Here is a webpage that lists a few other open source programs. Kompozer, you will see at the top, that will likely be your best bet

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