Pictures, logos, etc. ending in the extension .gif, .bmp, .jpg.
Images used on Web pages are usually in jpg or gif format: .jpg files are generally used for photographs .gif files are normally used for graphics like buttons & animated images. You will need to use a graphics program such as MS Paint, PaintShop Pro or Photoshop if it is necessary to reduce your file sizes. More on Images - and where to find the images you want for your Website Copying (Downloading) an Image View the mc² Photo Gallery & Slide Show In this Glossary, see also: Copyright Avatars Text Only
The photographs or drawings that illustrate each product or category. Each product has a small "thumbnail" image in the product list, and a full-sized image for its own page. Each category can have a "tree" image, shown in the Category menu, and a "title" image for its Category page. L â€¢ M
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For our purposes - photographs, logos, and similar graphic files that will be manipulated to be web ready for display on a web page. Learn More...
files such as JPGs, GIFs, etc
The bedrock of the web world, images are worth a thousand words Â— wouldn't it be nice if that's all the memory they required! Setting that digression aside, select a number of good quality images, preferably snapshot sized but not larger than A4, that will support your web pages. I can accept images in electronic format (.JPG or .GIF preferred) or scan them for you and I will adjust their size for the web site (75 dpi). Quite often, I will also crop and enhance the colour, brightness, tint, etc. for optimal effect. Hint: If you have a damaged photo (or one with undesirable content â€“ like phone lines or power lines), it's generally a simple thing to "clone" them out of the picture to increase the photo's effectiveness. Changing images: If you want "changing images," they will need to be of the same physical size and shape. This is different than animated images which add another dimension to your site. Since they contain additional information (increasing the file size), be sure that any animated images are "optimized."
the mental pictures one associates with a place, person or thing.
Pictures, buttons, bars, maps, logos, and backgrounds, in all colors and sizes. Images are graphic files of binary data, and require special software for editing and manipulation. Consequently, logos may take more time than the web page itself. There are dozens of graphic file formats, but only three are universally supported at this time. Everything else (like clip-art) has to be converted, and often re-touched.
Graphics, Photos, charts, etc - any thing that will be displayed on the site that is not text based.
An image file contained within a web page, or referenced by a web page. By default, SmarterStats considers the following extensions to be "images": .bmp, .cdr, .cgm, .dip, .eps, .gif, .img, .jas, .jpeg, .jpg, .pcx, .tif, .tiff, .png, .pic, .psd, .ico
Images can be added to web pages, pictures are usually in .jpeg format and graphics in .gif format. It is advisable to keep the size of any image as small as possible or they take too long to download. Web browsers can be impatient. If a high resolution picture is required it is advisable to insert a 'thumbnail view' with a link giving the customer the option of loading the larger version.
Images used on Web pages are usually in jpg or gif format. You will need to use a graphics program if it is necessary to reduce your file sizes. .jpg files are generally used for photographs .gif files are normally used for graphics like buttons & animated images. More on Images - and where to find the images you want for your Website
pictures, photographs, graphs, charts, graphical representations.