This cute graphic features a pink smiley face surrounded by hearts reflected in an animated pool. The comment reads: Luv Ya!
This image is free for your personal use. You can post it on Facebook or Twitter, use it on a forum, upload it to Tumblr, Pinterest, or your blog, use it on your phone, tablet or computer, or email it as a greeting to friends and family.
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You may not alter the image, sell it, use it for commercial purposes (including redistributing it on similar sites) or claim any copyright.
To post a ZingerBug greeting, meme, glitter graphic or GIF on Facebook, click on the Facebook share button. That will launch a Facebook dialog box that will let you choose to post the image on your timeline, someone else's timeline, or to send it as a private message. Wait for the image to populate, then add any message you like and click share. If the image fails to populate, choose cancel and try again. This method posts the image as a link, which is how animated GIFs (including glitter graphics) must be posted in order to animate correctly.
Alternately, you can copy the codes from the "Image Link/URL" box and paste them into your status update. This method also allows you to post an image as a comment on someone else's post.
Static images (jpg files that do not move or animate) may be posted using the methods above, but they can also be uploaded like a standard photo. To upload, click on the add photo icon in the Facebook status or comment box. When the dialog box opens, paste the codes from the "Image Link/URL" box into the box at the bottom called "File Name:" You can also download the image to your computer, tablet or phone and then upload it as you would any other photo.
To use this image on Twitter simply click on the add photo icon. When the dialog box opens, paste the codes from the "Image Link/URL" box into the box at the bottom called "File Name:" You can also download the image to your computer, tablet or phone and then upload it as you would any other photo.