So I have received a logo in JPEG format with a white background to be used on a website. That does not look good as the color does not fit well with the header color.
The person who provided me with the logo says that it is possible to separate the logo itself from the background simply by dragging the logo from the background and all the designer shared was this JPEG.
I installed Gimp and tried to do just that by loading it in there, but it does not work as the white background moves with the rest of the logo when I try to move one from the other.
I know of ways in Gimp I can use to separated the background from the logo myself by editing the image but, since the logo has been provided by a graphic designer I would expect that this should have been shared already with a transparent background, in whatever file format which supports layering, as I am not sure JPEG does.
Am I completely off on my assumption? And if so, how can I check if there are layers on the JPEG?