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Old 01 Jan 2016, 20:04
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Re-sizing an image making it smaller issue

I need to clean up my forum logo for my forum. I canít seem to get it very clean or sharp image when I resize it to a smaller size. I have tried everything I can think of in photoshop to make it smaller without losing clarity.

This is what I have discovered.

When resizing it in photoshop and making it smaller it gets very fuzzy. I am going from the pixel size of 1500 x 247 down to 500 x 82.
However if I keep the larger image of 1500 x 247 and resize it using html code like this width="500" height="82" the image looks a little cleaner.

Here are my questions:

1. Does anyone have any suggestions about downsizing an image and keeping the sharpness and clarity in the image?
2. How would I add the following html command to my title image so that I can use the larger image width="500" height="82"?

Here is the image I am referring to.
The original image:

Resized smaller with photoshop:
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Old 01 Jan 2016, 20:09
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To your "additional.css" template, try adding the following selector:

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Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

See if that gives you the desired result.
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Old 01 Jan 2016, 20:49
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Thank you very much Mark. I appreciate the quick reply.
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