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Re: Query on HTML performance

From: Jens Meiert <jens.meiert@erde3.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 09:18:10 +0200 (MEST)
To: "Anoop Kumar" <akumar@novell.com>
Cc: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <8288.1055488690@www64.gmx.net>

I only see the possibility to use the 'lowsrc' attribute for <img />
elements, but this is IMO (a) deprecated and (b) only supported by IE 4 (but all
Netscape browsers).

It is -- for usability purposes -- recommended to use only a few images (if
really necessary for content), and to keep content (and thus page size)
small, maybe you can optimize your document(s) this way.

 Jens Meiert.

> Hi all:
> To my understanding HTML document is a sequential doc with text and
> images. Is a way to prioritize any of the text or images with any tags 
> so that that can be displayed at the browser first .
> Now the problem with HTML is if we put a huge gif /data the small size
> data will be delayed to get displayed.The web designer now needs to
> anticipate this and do accordingly. If we can prioritize any data
> segment / picture segment with some special tags then that can get
> displayed first if browser also understands that.
> If somebody  can help me in understanding this it will be helpful.
> Thanks
> Anoop

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