dding an image to a web page is fairly straightforward. While the img element has its own alignment attribute, it’s now better practice to control image alignment through CSS. You can use CSS to control where the image appears in relation to other elements using relative positioning, floats, and margins. Alternatively, you can control an [...]
e are in a time where the web browser is ubiquitous. People now have many devices connected to the Internet and each one with their own browser and screens for browsing. This multiple user experience is bringing up more challenges for crafting images than ever before.
or designers, the abundance of web access devices creates an abundance of opportunities for potentially awkward interpretations of our web pages. Luckily, CSS floats, CSS frameworks, and responsive layouts enable us to separate the presentation of a web page (what it looks like) from the content (images and text). That’s a good thing. When content [...]