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Brian Jones
Brian Jones
10,892 Points

Responsive Images - Best Practices

I'm interested using what I consider "truly responsive" image structure like <picture> ,srcset. But it appears the browsers aren't supportive yet.

2 Questions:

1) What are current best practices?

2) In the meantime, what are the downsides to using css @media queries and background imgs?

2 Answers

Hey Brian, you might check the Treehouse Blog, They did a recent show on this subject.

Brian Jones
Brian Jones
10,892 Points

Thanks Dustin.

I've watched several tuts and tv shows here, as well as other places, but it seems to be a quickly evolving problem with lots of differing solutions. I'm just curious as to most up-to-date best practices.

Brian Jones, I'm not sure if you've come across this one, but here's a recent article on responsive images.