Graphics and Tables Insert Tables Insert images Add Graphics | Images—When scanning and saving images for the web, 72-150 dpi is the most common resolution. • JPEG - Best for photographs. Uses lossy compression so images may become blurred at low compression rates. • PNG - Lossless compression; the image will be saved but at a reduced file size without any compression artifacts. This will be overkill for photos. This is a well-supported format and can be used on the web and in most programs. • GIF - File saved in the Graphic Interchange Format; can hold up to 256 colors and uses non-lossy compression. Mostly used for web images that require transparency. It is best to edit your photos/images before you bring them into Dreamweaver. Cornell provides both Fireworks and Photoshop Elements on SVR2, and in all of the labs. You’re welcome to stop by the AMS for help with these applications. Using Tables—You may want to use Tables to organize the materials on your page. It is one way to hold things in place. You may select “0 border thickness,” if you wish invisible boarders.