Illustration Software

Illustration software is distinguished from photo-editing software in that the result is an original construction, rather than the manipulation of a photograph. Illustration software uses vector-based tools such that the content is stored digitally as resolution-independent mathematical formulae describing lines (open paths), shapes (closed paths), and color fills, strokes or gradients. Vector paths are constructed of anchor points and path segments. Illustration tools typically create precise lines, shapes and patterns with well-defined edges and are superb for working with complex constructions such as maps and typography.

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I am using Illustrator CS. All I have in my file is a simple geometric. All lines have a 2pt stroke. There is only one color and it is from the web color palette. The background is transparent.

After optimizing the graphic as a png file and then placing on a colored background, some lines have solid strokes and others have a thin stroke in the middle and a more transparent outline, like the graphic is trying to blend into the background. I need solid lines all the way around.

How do I get this graphic in a web-friendly format with solid lines throughout and a transparent background?

Attached are my files, as follows:
Frame--Top1.ai                                             original fileFrame--Top1.ai
Frame--Top----AI-Opt-for-Web.png           original file optimized for web in png formatoriginal file optimized for web in png formattesting.ai                                                       file with yellow background with Frame-Top----AI-Opt-for-Web.png placed, showing nonsolid lines of png fileTesting.ai

My knowledge of AI is somewhat limited, so any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Elizabeth
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Illustration Software

Illustration software is distinguished from photo-editing software in that the result is an original construction, rather than the manipulation of a photograph. Illustration software uses vector-based tools such that the content is stored digitally as resolution-independent mathematical formulae describing lines (open paths), shapes (closed paths), and color fills, strokes or gradients. Vector paths are constructed of anchor points and path segments. Illustration tools typically create precise lines, shapes and patterns with well-defined edges and are superb for working with complex constructions such as maps and typography.

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