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Information about JPG
File extension
jpg
File category
Raster Image
Stands for
Joint photographic experts group
Developer
The JPEG group
Overview
Files stored in this format are small in size that is why they can be uploaded and downloaded with ease. It takes less time over the internet to upload and download due to smaller size which results in saving of bandwidth. This extension is compressed using a lossy algorithm that is why there can be a reduction in the quality of the photograph. It has the ability to compress the file to one-tenth of its original size. It is widely used in emails and also when images are to be posted on websites. Digital Cameras and other photographic image capture devices widely use this JPG format. The paintings and photos of realistic scenes that have smooth variations of colour can be best illustrated by this format.
Technical description
A technique used in JPEG format to compress files is lossy compression which is based on DCT (Discrete Cosine Transform) as it is the most practical Mathematical operation. The DCT actually converts each frame of the video from the spatial domain to a frequency/transform domain. It discards the information of high frequency that has sharp transitions in intensity as well as in colour hue. Furthermore, this standard defines a codec which tells how an image can be encoded into a stream of bytes and decoded back into an image. The files can be compressed in the ratio of 100:1 but that would result in the poor quality of an image. Therefore, to retain the quality of a photo, a file should be compressed till 20:1 ratio not more than that.
Links
wikipedia.org
Information about HTML
File extension
html
File category
Document file
Stands for
Hypertext to Markup Language
Developer
World Wide Web Consortium and WHATWG
Overview
This extension is predominantly used to design web pages which are displayed by different browsers such as Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google; etc. Web browsers get the HTML document from a web server and in return, generate the document into multimedia web pages on a user's device. The source code can be viewed by choosing an option ‘View page source' (appears on right-click) from a web page or by using a shortcut that is ‘Ctrl + U'. In actual words, this format directs the browser on how to exhibit the words and images of a web page to the user. It may include images, audio, video and scripts as well.
Technical description
It helps to create a structured document where semantics are used to display text such as paragraphs, headings, hyperlinks, tables and quotes; etc. The building blocks of HTML pages are their elements which are designed by tags using angle brackets. For example, <img /> and <input /> tags help to submit content into the page, <p> tag provides information about the document text, . Apart from this, the technologies that support this format are CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and JavaScript, which is a scripting language. Here is a list of few basic elements or tags. <head> for metadata, <body> defines the body of the webpage, <h1> text header for creating a text title, <p> specify a paragraph, <img> to embed an image, <ul> to indicate an unordered list with no numerical order or bullet list and <div> used to define sections or divisions.
Links
wikipedia.org
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