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The format of the images

Three buckets of size "convenience" introduce us to today's topic: formats when saving images. And after speaking of photographic techniques, we move to formats with which we can save our photos, or our files. Luckily the world is varied, and various are the preferences and habits of users. The following article tries to do some 'clarity on formats, in that context, it is best to use one or the other, and what changes from one format to another.

Today I wanted groped with the menu type Wikipedia, but it is only a virtuosity fanatics WordPress.


TCPDF: a PHP library to convert web pages to PDF

Today we talk about software that carries on his shoulders 8 years of programming and mature to the point to be used as default in Joomla, one of the main CMS open source used today by millions of satisfied users around the world.


Tutorial: da bitmap a SVG con Inkscape

Together with Gimp by image manipulation, e a Scribus for desktop publishing I happen sometimes to adopt the use of Inkscape. Inkscape is a vector graphics editor, a program for the picture "screen". It can be used in various fields, there are those who used to draw company logos, or even for the illustrations of some books. Personally, I have many skills in this area, and I find that even a pencil and paper in many cases are the most expeditious (of course, from my point of view). More than anything else I Inkscape is useful for vectorization of raster images, I know that Inkscape provides several other functions and is a little 'reductive use it exclusively for this, but for now I have no other duties for him to perform.

Open Inkscape and import an image jpg: