creating a feathered effect

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    john gronley
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    hello;

    I would like to create a feathered effect on the featured-top portion of this site http://chandler-homesfor-sale.com and where it is gold in color I would like to give it a beveled look around the edges. Not sure how to accomplish this, I know how to use gradients in Photoshop but not sure how to use them?

    Thanks,

    John

    #25469

    asdweb
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    This isn’t a Genesis specific question.

    Have you tried asking around in Photoshop forums for help? There are a lot of tutorials for Photoshop as well.

    Or if you wanted to add a drop shadow using CSS you could by adding a box-shadow property to your image. Do a web search for CSS3 shadows.

    Good luck.


    Amy Susan Design.com @AmySusanDesign

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    bandj
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    check this out

    http://www.colorzilla.com/gradient-editor/

    It will give you the code and you’ll see how to set up gradients in css

    Also you can check on border properties along with box shadows for the bevel effect


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    john gronley
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    Thanks Bandj I will check it out!

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