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How to Make Web 2.0 style diagonal banners

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Hi - Can anyone give me any tips or point me to a tutorial on how to make a banner similar to the one shown at the top of this page:
http://www.digitalmastery.com/

I'm speaking of the banner that says "Visit Ben's Blog"

Thanks so much
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Question by:katyjack30096
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Use the pen tool to create the shape.  Rasterize the layer.  Then add a drop shadow to it as a style in the layers pallete...
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katyjack30096,

Just in case you meant the whole banner and not just the red swatch with the drop shadow:

http://www.infinite-fire.net/tutorials/photoshop/windows-xp-style-buttons

Basically just gradients.

Best,
MH
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