SuziQ Creations Support Q & A
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PNG stands for “Portable Network Graphics” and it is a pixel-based graphics file format that supports full color and alpha transparency. That means an image can have varying levels of transparency which will blend smoothly when placed over other images in a layout. Pixel-based images like PNG are also referred to as raster or bitmap-based images. The PNG file format provides lossless compression and is a popular format for web graphics when transparency is required. We distribute our images with transparency in the PNG file format due to its compatibility with a large number of graphics software programs, including photo editors, illustration programs, web design software, and page layout applications.
SVG stands for “Scalable Vector Graphic” and it is an open-source vector-based graphics file format that is supported by most modern illustration and drawing software. Unlike bitmap or raster-based graphics which are made up of pixels, vector-based graphics are made up of objects defined by mathematical instructions. Being a vector-based format, SVG images are resolution independent which means they can be scaled to an size without a loss in quality. SVG files can be opened and edited in vector-based Illustration software such as Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, Xara Designer, or Inkscape (free). SVG files can also be opened and placed in many bitmap-based graphics editors, but to maintain vector attributes, they should be edited in a vector-based graphics editor. We distribute our vector-based graphics in SVG format to ensure compatibility with a variety of software.
To learn more, visit SVG Working Group.
PDF Reader Software
Please note that our coloring pages are not optimized for printing from a web browser. We suggest that you save the PDF file to your computer or device and print off pages as needed from your PDF viewer software.
Also see Alternate Printing Options for Coloring Pages for some different ideas on how you can print your coloring pages for more flexibility.