Tomorrow I’m speaking at ImageCon. It’s been over a year since I last gave my talk. As I dusted off my presentation and updated it, it seemed like a good time to assess the state of the responsive images.
To start with, we should acknowledge that we’re in fantastic shape compared to where we were in 2010 when I first wrote about responsive images.
The new responsive images standards are available in all current browsers with the exception of Opera Mini. And if your fallback image is optimized for small screens—which it should be—Opera Mini’s lack of support isn’t a problem.
I still get questions from designers and developers who find different behavior from browser to browser. Some of this is by design. We want
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