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Designing Web Banner | Using The Background Image Maker to Design Your Banners

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Designing Web Banner | Using The Background Image Maker to Design Your Banners

Step 1.1: Go to this URL: http://bgmaker.ventdaval.com/

Step 1.2: When the page loads, you’ll see an online background generator that looks like this:

Before you start using the image maker, decide what type of background image you’d like to use.

There is a gallery you can view (and save background images from) that gives you an idea of the endless types of background images you can make, however for a business site (ie: single page sales letter), you should stick with the following types of background patterns:


The images above are preview images only and are only a few of hundreds or thousands of possibilities. To create your own patterned background just follow the steps below.

Step Two: Using a Pre-Made Image from the Gallery

If you find a background you like in the pre-made gallery just follow these steps to download and use the image:

Step 2.1: Click on the background image you’d like to use:

Step 2.2: When the preview window opens, click the EDIT link.

Step 2.3: When the edit window opens, make the changes you want.

Here is a short video on how to edit an existing background:

Note: If you’d like to use the image “as is” then skip step 2.3.

Step 2.4: When you’re done making the changes, click the SAVE button:

Step 2.5: When the save box appears, enter a filename and choose the .png extension which should be entered by default. Then enter a filename and save the background image to your hard drive.

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