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Assets are used to upload images and support a variety of icon and picture formats.

  • JPG/JPEG: JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a commonly used compressed image format for storing digital photos.
  • SVG: SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics and is a sort of graphics format. SVG, unlike other formats, does not use unique pixels to create the images you see. They instead rely on ‘vector' data.
  • PNG: PNG is an abbreviation for "Portable Graphics Format." It is the most widely used raster image format that is not compressed.
  • GIF: The Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is a lossless picture file format that supports both animated and static images.

DataList is used to render the Grid in banterone. The types of files that Asset can save are listed in the dropdown.

All developed Assets are used in user-made Banter Custom Pages and Datapages.

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