You should turn off all image layers so that you only see your logo/type and shadow.
Once all images are turned off and the only layer turned on is your logo/type you should see transparency behind the image.
We titled our images: Now that the images are prepared its time to prepare the logo/type.
We should have our logo/typesetting in place from our previous step of getting our images sized and positioned.
One of the tools that I use is Chris Pearson’s fantastic Thesis Word Press theme framework.
In an effort to contribute back to both the Thesis and Word Press communities I have documented how to embed the Next-Gen Gallery plugin to your header, or banner image and place your logo above it.
You want to select File/Save For Web and Devices Once presented with the save dialog window you will want to set the following parameters for your file.
Here is what my settings looked like: Once your settings are how you like them, save the file with a distinguishing name.
In our example we created 5 different images to use.
We used smart naming conventions to make sure we can tell these images from others just by their names.