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Stefan Cutajar7,747 Points
Hi, I am a little bit confused about the sizes attribute. So the picture is set to 100% width then I dont need to use sizes attribute right?
Steven Parker228,025 Points
These settings control different things. The "width" setting affects how much space on the display the image will take, but the "sizes" attribute allows for a different source file to be used for the image based on the device being used. This allows the resolution of the image to match the device so the desired quality can be maintained.