Many websites are amazing to view and others cause confusion. One of the website’s assets is graphics. Graphics help the viewer find data through silent communication. Images send a message to the website visitor quicker than a text. There are lots of different types of image formats used on the websites. The three most commonly used are GIFs, JPEGs and PNGs . These image formats use a compression algorithm to decrease the file size of the image so that the images load quickly in web browsers. Their compression algorithms are different. For example, the GIF image format is more suited for line-art and the JPEG image format is best for photographs. GIF image files are relatively small in size, will offer transparency and will give the basic functionality of animation. JPEGs are designed to efficiently compress realistic true-color or grayscale images, such as photographs or fine artwork. PNG seems to be the winner for all kinds of graphics needs. It supports alpha transparency, and seems to be the best for different purposes. ImageConverter Plus is the software to convert images from a variety of graphic formats, to create thumbnails, to adjust image sizes, and more. We want to encourage you to experiment with the various web image formats. Try saving an image in different formats, sizes, etc. to see the differences between them and to evaluate their effectiveness for your website.