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Please go through the sub-categories available in the Animation hierarchy, to see if your site fits in better there.

Sites with pornographic content will not be listed in this category, even if they are animation-based. Please submit such sites to the relevant sub-category in Adult: Arts: Visual Arts.

Submit sites that transact online business related to Animation to Shopping: Visual Arts: Computer Graphics.

Animation research related sites could be submitted to Computers: Computer Science: Computer Graphics.

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Animation is a simulation of motion created by displaying a series of pictures, or frames. It is different from video in that independent images are put together to form the illusion of continuous motion. Video takes continuous motion and breaks it up into a set of frames. This category deals with the use of computers in generating various forms of animation.

Please suggest only Web Sites that provide Clip Art for business or personal use.

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Clip Art is the term used when defining digitized or electronic drawings.

Common formats that are used are PICT, Paint, PNG, GIF, TIFF, EPS, JPG and JPEG. Clip Art can be copied and added to desktop publishing programs, brochures, newsletters, and other documents created with programs or used in web presentation.

The definition of Clip Art emphasises that it does not include background images but rather "A collection of icons, pictures, buttons and other useful image files along with sound and video files that can be embedded or inserted into web pages.". If you want to have an image to go with, say, a blog entry, you would want clipart. Same for newsletters, magazines, journals...
For all Arabic encodings, including Unicode.
Fonts are sets of typographic characters, topically used to write documents on word processors. Well known examples are the Arial or Times New Roman fonts bundled with the Windows operating systems. There are various formats for storing font data; the most common is Adobe Truetype. Font files usually store either a bitmap image of each character of the alphabet in various sizes or a vectorial drawing of the characters, which allows you to scale them to any size without losing resolution.
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