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Chapter 5. Using Images > Specifying Size for Speedier Viewing

Specifying Size for Speedier Viewing

When a browser gets to the HTML code for an image, it must load the image to see how big it is and how much space must be reserved for it. If you specify the image's dimensions, the browser can fill in the text around the image as the image loads, so that your visitors have something to read while waiting for the images.

Figure 5.7. If you open an image by itself in Netscape, the image's dimensions are displayed in the title bar.



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