When you create your own background tiles in Photoshop, it's nice to be able to preview how they'll display when tiled by the browser in a web page. Luckily, you can do so by saving it as a pattern in Photoshop.
TRY IT To preview a browser tile in Photoshop, follow these steps:
1. Launch Photoshop and use the File | Open command to open your background tile if it isn't already open.
2. Choose Edit | Define Pattern and give your pattern a name before clicking OK.
3. Switch over to your web page mockup file, or choose File | New to create one. (If you create a new file, remember to use the available screen size of your target audience, or if you're using the file purely for testing purposes, try making a file 750x500 pixels in size.)
4. In the mockup file, choose Edit I Fill. Select Pattern from the pop-up menu next to Use and choose the pattern you just defined by clicking in the box next to Custom Pattern, as shown here:
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