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Graphic Design Glossary and Website related terms

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absolute leading

The fixed amount of space between lines of text, generally measured in points.

ascender

The part of lowercase letters extending above the body or "x-height".

Acrobat

An Adobe program used to create and use pdf (portable document format) files that enable the file to be viewed on almost any computer operating system.

aliasing

A jagged look of an image or type that happens when the resolution is inadequate or when images have been increased. The square pixels that make up the image are then visable to the naked eye. See also jaggies.

alignment

Placing images or type to line up with an invisible grid or in relation to one another. This can be done vertically or horizontally. Text can be aligned to the left, right, center or justified.


ampersand

The character "&" that is used to depict the word "and".

animated GIF

A feature of the GIF89a (Graphics Interchange Format) file format containing two or more images that simulates motion/animation when viewed in a browser. The motion/animation can repeat continuously or play only once.

anti aliasing

Blending the color/pixels at the edge of an image or type with the background to smooth out the jagged edges.

axis

In Graphic Design, a line on a graph or grid used to show the position of a point. The plural of axis is axes.

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