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For optimum viewing of graphics on the Web, your monitor should be set to display proper brightness, contrast and a neutral colour balance. The bar shown below will help you judge the calibration of your monitor and make any necessary adjustments.
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if you cannot clearly see all eleven shades of grey, then your monitor is not properly calibrated
First, adjust screen contrast to maximum, then reduce it until you get separation between the white and light gray blocks on the far right.
Then adjust the brightness until you get separation between the black and dark gray blocks on the far left.
Finally, look for any colour cast in the white and gray tones - they should be neutral in colour. Monitors tend to have a magenta cast to them until they have warmed up for about 30 minutes.
That's it! Your monitor should be correctly adjusted for viewing Web images. Enjoy!