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Step 1: Click on “ADD TO CART” on the files you want to purchase.
Step 2: Once done adding the files, click the “CHECK-OUT” tab.
At the check-out page enter you billing details. Please ensure you input a correct email address; your purchased files will also be auto sent there.
Step 3: Click PROCEED TO PAYPAL complete payment. You DO NOT need to have a PayPal account to buy, PayPal will give you an option to use your credit/debit card. Just enter your email address on PayPal page whether you have or don’t have PayPal account. PayPal will guide you on how to seamlessly complete the Payment.
►After payment you will automatically be redirected to a Downloads page where you can download the files. Click on the file to download. SEE BELOW.
► The files will also be auto sent to your email. WE INSIST you check your email spam/junk folder; at times the email ends up in that folder.
NOTE: If you had chose to create a user account before purchasing, your purchased files will be in the downloads section inside your user account.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) files are web-friendly vector files. Because they store images using mathematical formulas, SVG files can be resized without losing quality which means that they will not look pixelated when printed. Thus, SVG files are perfect for complex graphics, making them incredibly popular with designers. You can spot an SVG file with its .svg extension.
The SVG file format is widely used on websites to show two-dimensional graphics, charts, and illustrations. Furthermore, because it is a vector file, it may be scaled up or down without losing any resolution.
JPEG and SVG are both image formats for storing pictures. JPEG is a raster image format that uses a lossy compression method, which means that an image may lose some of its data, whereas SVG is a text-based image format that represents an image using mathematical structures and is extremely scalable.