JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. JPEG and JPG are essentially the same thing. They are file formats for storing images. These formats compress images by merging or blurring pixels, making the image much smaller in terms of file size. Files in this format have the extension: .jpeg/.jpg.

JPEG (or JPG) can be used for digitally created images and illustrations with a background. If you want to save the item without a background, you can use the .png format. However, on websites, we often use .svg files to ensure optimal quality.

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JavaScript is a high-level scripting language that, along with HTML and CSS, constitutes a significant part of the World Wide Web. It is a programming language that allows you to add additional capabilities to HTML. Thanks to JavaScript, it is possible to make web pages and components interactive and dynamic.

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