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    Macro Layout
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    Create this clean macromedia style layout.

    macromedia has a simple, clean layout that looks real good. Here l'm going to show you how to create a layout that is similar.

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    Step 1.)
    create a new document that is 770 x 300, and fill the background with: #72828B

    Step 2.)
    We'll start with the buttons, Create a new layer, and using the rectangular marquee tool make a selection across the top of the page like so:

    Step 3.)
    Next smooth the corners of the selection by going to:
    select->modify->smooth and smooth the selection by 2.

    and fill the selection with #ACB5BB

    Step 4.)
    Now apply these blending options to the layer.
    Drop Shadow:

    Gradient Overlay:

    Here's what you'll end up with:

    Step 5.)
    Create a new layer, and apply the text to your button. I used #000000 (black) Verdana, with a 10pt Size.

    Step 6.)
    Then l just added a 1 pixel divider between each of the buttons, to separate them a bit. Set your foreground color to: #9DA5AA. And draw 1 pixel lines with the pencil tool, as l've done here.

    I did this all the way across the image.

    Step 7.)
    Next we'll work on the "search box". Set your foreground color to #000000 (black) create a new layer and get out the pencil tool again, and draw a 1 pixel line like so:

    Drop the opacity of this layer to: 33 percent

    Then set your foreground color to #FFFFFF (white) create a new layer, and draw another 1 pixel line right beside that as shown:

    Drop the opacity of this layer to 68 percent. Here's what you should have if you've followed along:

    Step 8.)
    next we'll create a small input box that will serve as our search box. Create a selection like so with the rectangular marquee tool:

    Fill the selection with #FFFFFF (white), and apply the following blending options to the layer:
    Inner Shadow



    Step 9.)
    Next add the account links at the top right corner of the page. The font I used is Verdana with a size of 9pt.

    I also threw in a shopping cart icon. You can draw your own, or get an account with: WebsiteIcons.com. It's a great free services with 1,000's of website icons any serious designer shouldn't be without.

    Step 10.)
    Set your foreground color to: #889395 and draw a 1 pixel line with the pencil tool between each of the links like so:

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