Re: CSS1 and Color - infrastructure availability clarified
Chris Lilley wrote:
> There are proposals which use HTTP headers to indicate
> aspects of the display, including color depth; the server can send
> appropriate image.
IE already sends color depth and server-side scripting looks to be
getting more trivial. So... we check UA, version, color depth. If UA
only supports NS-216 colors send crummy images. If UA supports adaptive
or settable palettes send images optimized to one palette. If client is
true-color send images with individually optimized palettes (or maybe
16- or 24- or 32-bit). Arg.
> Thankfully, NS-216 palette is still not a standard.
Hopefully, it never will be.