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Tip of the Day
Language: Web Development
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 22, 1999

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GIFs vs. JPEGs

Question:
What is the difference between GIFs and JPEGs and when would you use either in Web development?

Answer:
GIFs are seen most often on Web sites. They are usually used to display drawings, diagrams, and other less-than photo-quality images. GIFs are also used to show simple animations. GIF files are relatively small as compared to other image file types. JPEG files are often used to display photo-quality pictures.

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