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Preparing Graphics for the Web

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: George Schell (Faculty), Feb 19, 2001

This resource is very informative about GIF and JPEG image formats.
The presentation of pros and cons as well as similarities and differences was
well done. Howerver, some of the information (especially concerning browsers
and interlacing) is dated by the May 1997 date the information was developed. I
would use this site for students familiar with using images in HTML. The
author's early remark is important: "It is assumed, or is at least quite
helpful, that you have prior working knowledge of graphics design and image
manipulation software applications and some familiarity with the GIF and JPEG
image file formats."