Truepath has scoured the Internet looking for good Christian images. And we found some at:
We have reproduced some of these images on our Image Galleries for easy viewing, however, we encourage all Truepath subscribers to visit each of these websites and download images directly from them.
Truepath is looking for more Christian images. If you are an author of Christian images, please contact us. We are interested in displaying your images on our website.
Online Image Editor
The editor, designed by Visual JS at www.linb.net, is made available to Truepath hosting subscribers for basic image editing functions. We don't support the product – it is available as is.
The editor has proven helpful for basic image editing needs such as:
There are some special filters that apply interesting image effects, as well well as frames and icons - we encourage you try some. Simply upload an image and start to play. If you like the effect, just select the "Save" button. The editor will save the image back to your computer. Then you can upload the image to your hosting space with either Truepath's File manager inside the control panel - OR - use an FTP client to upload your image.
If you do upload images, no one else will be able to seem them. They will be available to your computer (and only the computer that was used during the image upload process) for a period of 30 days - OR - you can delete your browser cookies to remove them. Images older than 30 days will be automatically be deleted.
Website Images - Which Kind is Right?
There are 3 kinds or formats of images that can be displayed on the Internet:
You might think that 3 is plenty, but in the world of graphics, there are over 20 different formats. Many are proprietary or are used for the print industry. None the less, only 3 (those mentioned above) will display in a modern Internet browser.
To help Truepath hosting subscribers understand which format is best, we have put together a summary of each format in the following table.
To find out more about images and their different formats, check out this website: http://www.ehow.com/how_5028346_decide-type-gif-jpg-png.html