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    I am looking for suggestions on sharpening the clarity of a logo which is placed on the web. It is comprised of all typography, and one single straight line. I have saved it as both a .gif and a .png and there seems to be a hazing or fuzziness around the edges of the type and line. I have generated it in both Photoshop and Illustrator. The illustrator version is more crisp, but still not as much as I'd like it to be. Any thoughts? Thanks!

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    You'll get best results using PNG24 as opposed to PNG8, although you'll sacrifice file size. Avoid GIF at all costs.
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