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Many sites use Flash fallbacks. They detect if the browser supports flash, and if it doesn't, they swap in some alternative content instead. Usually it'll be a static image, sometimes it might be a GIF animation or a simple JS widget. Sometimes, if it's a well made fallback, it's almost impossible to tell them apart without using an "inspect element" type ...
The PPI is only for "raster effects" like drop shadow etc. You should leave it at 300PPI. Illustrator draws in vectors rather than pixels, so PPI for your actual icons is whatever you decide to export it at (pic)
I believe it's the same size icon that is used in settings and all other notification popups. The dimensions for these icon are: (@3x= 87px x 87px) (@2x= 58px x 58px) (@1x= 29px x 29px) And as "Cai Morris" has stated above you can see these dimensions here under the file names (Icon-Small.png, Icon-Small@2x.png, Icon-Small@3x.png) You can also download ...
I can't find any reference to which exact size icon is used, but it looks a lot like of the smaller app icons. You can find info on the different app icons you can supply with an app on the apple developer library here and here. iOS should use the closest appropriate sized icon you supply, and if no smaller icon is available it will shrink the home screen ...
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