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From: (unknown charset) Bronislav Klučka <Bronislav.Klucka@bauglir.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2012 10:43:03 +0100
Message-ID: <4F3243A7.6010001@bauglir.com>
On 8.2.2012 10:18, David Goss wrote:
> On 8 February 2012 07:42, Anselm Hannemann<anselm at novolo.de>  wrote:
>> I'd love to have *ability* (just for future use-cases which might come up and I already would have some for tablet-devices and smartphones) to add different media.
>> e.g. we could offer a cropped image for smartphone users which has another context (maybe missing important parts of the img due to crop but it's better for smartphone usage and still has it's right to be there as an diff.image).
>> Would love to hear what you all think about that?
> We're thinking along the same lines here. What I was getting as
> yesterday was that the different<source>s shouldn't necessarily have
> to be *literally* the same image but resized. They could be
> derivatives of the image (your example of cropped is good). The rule I
> suggest is that you must be able to successfully describe all the
> images with the same alt text (which goes on<picture>), so although
> the images are not visually identical they are semantically the same.
>
> The question is whether the<source>s can have optional alt attributes
> themselves so authors can more specifically describe that particular
> variant of the image. My hesitation only comes from wanting to keep it
> clean and simple, and from wanting to reinforce the requirement that
> the images be semantically the same.

Hi,
I think that while talking about responsive image, introducing element 
that would choose image based on media-query, we should explore more 
generic approach... any media

<media media="all">
<video media="support: video">
<source src="blabla.ogg" type="video/ogg" media="min-resolution: 300dpi" />
<source src="blabla_small.ogg" type="video/ogg"  media="max-resolution: 
150dpi" />
<source src="blabla.mp4" type="video/mp4"  media="min-resolution: 300dpi" />
<source src="blabla_small.mp4" type="video/mp4" media="max-resolution: 
150dpi" />
</video>

  <picture>
    <src href="small.jpg" alt="a headshot of Bob Flemming"media="min-width:320" />
    <src href="medium.jpg" alt="a head and shoulders shot of Bob Flemming" media="min-width:480" />
     <src href="large.jpg" alt="a full body portrait of Bob Flemming" media="min-width:640" />
  </picture>

<img src="blabla.png" alt="blabla" />
</media>

I can imagine e.g. car presentation using this approach, with 
preferences based on tree position of media content.

BTW adding media attribute to video (video -> source) element might be 
useful as well... type tells a lot, but not all regarding responsive 
media content

all goes for audio as well

Brona
Received on Wednesday, 8 February 2012 01:43:03 UTC

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