") Your television works that way. Identifies the intrinsic height of an image file, in CSS pixels. When the (max-width: 600px) media condition matches, the 200 pixel-wide image will load (it is the one that matches 200px most closely), otherwise the other image will load. The element is the most straight-forward way of displaying a static image on a page. Any color that's found in the GIF can be made transparent, not just the color in the background. That would cut down the number of bytes by three-fourths, at least in the one corner. remain black, you would denote as zero. There was a time when people only had 8 or 4 megs or memory in their boxes. A complete guide to image formats supported by web browsers is available. image.gif is the name of the image. Note: Always specify the width and height of an image. You may only get a series of compression choices, high, medium, low, etc. (JPEGs have to be "blown up" to their full size. is going to be speckled. This defines the image to be displayed. Can you see a difference? Unfortunately, because of historical reasons, the HTML specification (and all browsers, by default) treat the tag as if it is an inline element. As you can see, the bytes came out the same after the image was put through the transparency filter. Why not find a way to make those four pixels into one? The people at CompuServe felt the same way. Web Images: Best Practices and HTML Code In One Useful Guide.
attributes: The required src attribute specifies the path (URL) to the image. If an image needs a caption, use the figure and figcaption elements. If the crossorigin attribute is specified, then a CORS request is sent (with the Origin request header); but if the server does not opt into allowing cross-origin access to the image data by the origin site (by not sending any Access-Control-Allow-Origin response header, or by not including the site's origin in any Access-Control-Allow-Origin response header it does send), then the browser marks the image as tainted and restricts access to its image data, preventing its usage in