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- Apr 2021
CSS seems like the right place to put visual information. On the other hand, few would argue that image "src" should not be specified as an attribute and the height/width seem as tied to the binary image data as the "src" is.
What's the "correct" semantic way to specify image height and width? In CSS... width:15px; or inline... <img width="15" ?
- semantically correct
- tough question with several equally conclusive alternative answers
- good point
- good question
- software development: code organization: where does this code belong?