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Guidelines for choosing the dimensions of your full width browser image I've learnt these through research throughout the last year, and experimentation over the last few days for this specific use case. Choose an image with a single focal point, or no focal point at all. Your source image file will need to be huge (minimum 5000 x 5000) if you want to ...


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Asprilla, While above comments make very good technical points, I suggest tailoring your work to particular client, which starts by looking at their current site's Google Analytics - Reporting / Technology / Browser & OS / Screen Resolution. This way, you will be spending your time and your client's budget wisely by addressing your client's specific ...


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There are several things to keep in mind when serving images to viewers. Keep the image ratio the same as the original dimensions We do this to prevent the image from getting skewed and to prevent images from being blurry. We can either keep the dimension ratio the same or clip off parts that don't fit. When using an <img> element or ...


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Here is some additional information you may find useful. Screen Size Statistics Popular screen sizes vary, so here are some statistic sites that list screen size usage by percent, browser trends, operating systems and more. http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_display.asp http://www.netmarketshare.com/ Hero and Large Images A great, easy CSS ...


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The short version Try to design for compatibility with the smallest viewport resolution: Desktops: 800x600 / 1024x768 (in pixels) older mobile phones: 320x480 (in pixels) tablets: 800x1280 (in pixels) By picking the lowest resolution, you ensure that the design will work for people with smaller resolutions as well as larger resolutions. The long ...


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in my view SVG is best than PNG use HTML 5 SVG codes to insert these SVG in your page


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One thing you can try to make the text selectable would be processing the PDF with OCR in Acrobat. Assuming that text is at a decent resolution, there should be almost no errors.


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I am able to create PDFs from both PS and IL which have text which is editable in Acrobat, so physically the capability exists. The vendor may be choosing not to give you editable files (or argue that they have to charge you 3X rate for them) because they feel it would allow you to alter and/or recreate them, allowing you to cut them out of the process and ...


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The simple answer here is use both. The fact that you've named SVG as an option, means we can rule out photo graphics as an intended use case - because SVGs are only good for line-art graphics such as logos, icons and clip-art-like illustrations. If you are considering this choice for photo graphics, there is no choice; PNG will probably always be better. ...


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I would stick with PNG to be on the safe side. SVG is still not fully accepted by many big internet companies & browsers. Although SVGs are scalable and are vectors they are often unnecessary, take up more space and overcomplicated the website. I hope that answered your question :)



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