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The Question : 361 people think this question is useful I want to show an image from an URL with a certain width and height even if it has a different size ratio. So I want to resize (maintaining the ratio) and then cut the image to the size I want. I can resize with
The Question : 777 people think this question is useful In what situations is it more appropriate to use an HTML IMG tag to display an image, as opposed to a CSS background-image, and vice-versa? Factors may include accessibility, browser support, dynamic content, or any kind of technical limits or usability principles. The Question Comments
The Question : 478 people think this question is useful I was looking at the source of a greasemonkey userscript and noticed the following in their css: I can appreciate that a greasemonkey script would want to bundle anything it can within the source as opposed to host it on a server, that’s obvious enough.
The Question : 481 people think this question is useful I have a JPEG file that I’m using as a background image for a search page, and I’m using CSS to set it because I’m working within Backbone.js contexts: I want to apply a CSS 3 blur filter only to the background, but I’m not
The Question : 1285 people think this question is useful How do I use CSS3 gradients for my background-color and then apply a background-image to apply some sort of light transparent texture? The Question Comments : note: you can also position the background image(15px center) or set it’s ‘repeat’ property this way (example works for