1. What is PNG?

PNG stands for Portable Network Graphics, which is a file format used for storing images with transparent backgrounds. It was introduced to replace the GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), which had certain limitations and required a license to use.

2. How are PNG different from other image formats?

PNG supports transparency and lossless compression, which means that the image quality is not compromised when it is saved or resized. It also supports gamma correction and color management, making it an ideal format for digital images.

3. What is the source of PNG found on is basically a big collection of PNG from a wide range of resources. Some are freely available on the internet and others are submitted by people across the glove.

4. Are PNG images compatible with all web browsers?

PNG images are compatible with most modern web browsers, but some older browsers may not support certain features of the format, such as transparency. It is recommended to test the website on multiple browsers to ensure compatibility.

5. How can I optimize a PNG image for web use?

To optimize a PNG image for web use, it is recommended to reduce its file size without compromising the image quality. This can be achieved by using compression tools which are available here or by manually adjusting the image quality and color depth.

6. Are there any copyright restrictions on using PNG images?

All the PNG images found on this website are distributed with Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license. In case you are the owner of a PNG image and want to remove your work from our website, please contact us through our DMCA form and submit a request, so we can immediately remove it from our website. It is not our intention to display any copyright protected images.