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"Powered By CodeIgniter" image?

[eluser]Derek Allard[/eluser]
transparent bgs.

I needed to reduce these to png-8's to get this, so the quality isn't as great.

Would be it against some sort of policy if I made a vector of my own?

[eluser]Derek Allard[/eluser]
It would really only depend on what you're using it for. In general, no, it wouldn't violate any policy as long as you honoured the license. We want people to promote CI, we just want to avoid people printing the logo on coffee mugs or tshirts or such (not suggesting you would Evan, just making a point).

So yes, feel free to go ahead and make a vector. I'd love to see the end result when you're done.

Hmm, What about a CI tattoo Derek, that flame would look pretty good on my arm. :coolsmile:

Is it okay if I used this image as an avatar on a freelancers' forum?

I hope I haven't overstepped the mark here but I have attached a couple of transparent png's of higher quality until Derek provides his own.

I'm new to the forums too so hello everyone and congratulations on the great community you have here.

Here's the glossy image. Sorry couldn't seem to get a second attachment on despite previewing as suggested.

[eluser]Edemilson Lima[/eluser]
Quote:we just want to avoid people printing the logo on coffee mugs or tshirts or such

What about if I print the logo with the "Fueled by CodeIgniter" slogan on a t-shirt and wear it on a developers conference in my city?

Feel free to use this (if that's ok Derek) until an official one comes along.

The background is not black as it will probably appear in the preview, but transparent so good for any background almost.

[eluser]Edemilson Lima[/eluser]
To made a transparent antialised 32-bit PNG (True Color image with Alpha opacity) work fine in IE 6/7 and FireFox, you must use:

<span style="width:105px; height:30px;
<img style="filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(opacity=0);" src="image.png"
width="105" height="30" border="0" alt="I fit in any background! =)"></span>

Notice that you must specify the filename, width and height twice.

Of course this Mickey$oft-proprietary IE style will not be valid in Firefox (and maybe not necessary in IE7), but this hack will work anyway. A nice jQuery plug-in to handle this would be better.

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