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Hour 13. Page Design and Layout > Specifying Image Width and Height

Specifying Image Width and Height

Because text moves over the Internet much faster than do graphics, most Web browsers will display the text on a page before the images. This gives people something to read while they're waiting to see the pictures, which makes the whole page seem faster.

You can make sure that everything on your page appears as quickly as possible and in the right places by explicitly stating each image's width and height. That way, a Web browser can leave the right amount of space for that image as it lays out the page and return for the actual image file later.


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