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PUBLIC MARKS from dzc with tags "conception web" & image

2017

Github - jkphl/svg-sprite : SVG sprites (node.js module)

A low-level Node.js module that takes a bunch of SVG files, optimizes them and bakes them into SVG sprites of several types along with suitable stylesheet resources (e.g. CSS, Sass, LESS, Stylus, etc.)

2016

Lazy Loading Images? Don’t Rely On JavaScript! | Robin Osborne

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Given the potential limitations, let’s work on a solution that can handle all my concerns: a. works without JavaScript (i.e., lazy loading is an enhancement) b. vanilla js – no dependencies on jquery or angularjs c. works with broken JavaScript (i.e., the browser supports JavaScript, but there’s a js error somewhere which causes your script to break; might not even be your fault!)

2015

2014

Placehold.it - Quick and simple image placeholders

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Just put your image size after our URL and you'll get a placeholder.

2013

jQuery Unveil - lightweight plugin to lazy load images

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Lightway version of Lazy Load with support for serving high-resolution images to devices with retina displays

2012

Demos – ResponsiveImages.org

we’re a group of developers working towards a markup-based means of delivering alternate image sources based on device capabilities.

2010

Dummy Image — des images de placement pour votre site web

outil en ligne qui génère une image en fonction de la taille que vous indiquez : saisissez le format dont vous avez besoin à la fin de l’URL

2009

Overcome Your Caching Conundrums [Server Side Essentials]

ealing with browser caching is a balancing act. On one hand, you aim to minimize load times and bandwidth use by ensuring that images, scripts, and style sheets are cached by your visitors; however, you still want to ensure that they’re accessing the most recent versions of all your files. In this article, I’ll show you a few methods for controlling how your site’s files are cached by browsers so you can achieve the best of both worlds: maintaining optimal performance while ensuring that any updates are seen immediately, without a hitch by all of your users.