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Eric grew up on the outskirts of Urbana, Illinois, studied printmaking & drawing in St. Louis, and has been in sunny Denver, Colorado working for a little print shop since 2006.

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Responsive Images Done Right: A Guide To <picture> And srcset

On Monday, we published an article on Picturefill 2.0, a perfect polyfill for responsive images. Today's article complements Tim Wright's article and explains exactly how we can use the upcoming <picture> element and srcset, with simple fallbacks for legacy browsers. There is no reason to wait for responsive images; we can actually have them very, very soon. — Ed.

Responsive Images Done Right: A Guide To <picture> And srcset

Images are some of the most important pieces of information on the web, but over the web’s 25-year history, they haven’t been very adaptable at all. Everything about them has been stubbornly fixed: their size, format and crop, all set in stone by a single src.


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