Now you can easily manually trace any raster image on clker. Click on the raster image or click the edit icon, and the image will be opened inside the online editor. Remember that any raster image larger than 1024×768 will be automatically vectorized and placed in your profile. So you might sometimes consider editing the automatic vectorization as well.
Posts Tagged ‘images’
Many websites today rely on media be it images or videos. One reason is humans are visual creatures, they like seeing things versus reading long articles.
Images on websites can be divided into two different types: Images used in the website theme including logos, rounded corners, backgrounds …etc. and images used as content. Obviously, the ones discussed here are the content images. Images used in the website theme will be accessed frequently and almost with every page view, and usually they are very few and better managed by storing them in a directory.
Many things happened over the thanksgiving weekend. First there’s a lot of work done in reading the svg metadata, parsing and using it. Now, all the tags inside the svg files are used as tags for the images. Also, the title of the clipart page first is obtained from the svg metadata. If the svg metadata did not have a title, then we make up a title from the original svg filename.
Over the search bar a bread crumb is now visible that shows where the user is, and how he is opening the tags and relative tags. Under the search bar, the most prominent tags are shown. This helps the user to fine tune his search.