A Twitter header is a photograph in a horizontal orientation and should be uploaded at a size of 1,500 by 500 pixels. When shown, there is a profile picture that consistently shows up on the left half of the screen and covers a part of the header picture. Your picture ought to complete two things; Grab the consideration of another Twitter user and Work at little and huge sizes with information that is understandable.
1. Set the page size
We should begin by making the document. From the New Document dialog box (File > New), in the Name: field type the name of the file as ‘worldofitech_Header’. Next, from the Preset destination drop-down, select Web. You will see this changed the unit of measure to pixels and the Rendering resolution to 96 dpi. In the Width field enter 1500 and in the Height field type 500 and snap OK.
2. Including Graphic elements
Import the picture onto the page. A tip here, Double-click the Rectangle tool. This will include a page edge and you can then Powerclip the picture into it. While choosing a picture, recall that a Twitter header ought to have a zone where your profile picture shows up, on the left. Next, include any content (attempt to keep it restricted assuming there is any chance of this happening). Presently it is time to export your header.
3. Export for web
To export our Twitter, go to File > Export For > Web. This will open the Export for Web dialog where you can settle on such decisions as gif, jpg or png. Under Format, select PNG and under Color mode select RGB Color (24-bit). Under Transformations, ensure that the picture is 1500 x 500 and a resolution of 96dpi.
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