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Image Types to be used in Web-Sites
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By Sayed Ahmed on 0000-00-00

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Mostly GIF or JPEG. PNG is also a good option (larger file size and no animation supported). Wh y? Widely supported by browsers. Image sizes are not large (good for data transfer through the Internet). GIF (<256 colors) when not many colors in the picture. JPG/JPEG logically is the best when too many colors in the image (to support wide variety of browsers). However, resizing/reducing size/editing and re-saving may degrade the quality of the image. Best approach, work in a raw file format such as BMP, save the file in JPG when it's the final image that you will use in the web-site.


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