Thank you for the input Chris. I generally use CSS also, however I was recently told it could be better to define the width/height in the image tag for page loading purposes. Supposedly by doing so, the space defined for the image holds true until the page is fully loaded. Made me curious as to what everybody else did and experienced.
I believe though that if your loading an external stylesheet in your head section that it is to be rendered before anything else. Wouldn’t that totally disprove this theory if you have img tags in your body using inline styling?
If you have a lot of images that are not the same size, using just css can be more cumbersome. But, ideally it is best. As for image resizing, you shouldn’t really be using the browser to do that at all.
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