[whatwg] require img dimensions to be correct?
st at isoc.nl
Sun Mar 18 08:59:25 PDT 2007
At 15:28 -0800 UTC, on 2007-03-17, Andrew Fedoniouk wrote:
> So the main motivation is to avoid "jumpy" rendering, correct?
> In principle style sheet downloading is also asynchronous process.
> And CSS can do many things that may cause "jumps".
> So if we will require image to have known dimensions up front
> then this means that CSS has to be loaded before any initial rendering.
> I mean that <img width=... height=...> is only one piece of the puzzle.
may need to be reconsidered. (All those requirements are just an initial take
anyway. Feedback is required before it can become a stable document.)
> I think that in most cases will be better if we could package
> complex pages into zip envelopes and deliver them in the whole.
Maybe. But then you'd need sophisticated content-negotiation, or otherwise
you'd force data to be downloaded by UAs that can't or won't handle it. (I
don't mean the zip file itself, but its content.)
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