Purely out of curiosity, what browsers does Base64 image embedding work in? What I'm referring to is this.
I realize it's not usually a good solution for most things, as ...
How do I get IE6 to display inline base64 encoded images?
<img src="data:image/png;base64,....." />
I'm currently creating a Word document by generating HTML and changing the header information to display as a .doc file. It's a poor man's method, but it works just fine ...
I am trying to use base64 data string for images and for some weird reason some of the images are not getting rendered on IE8 or IE7 (I don't care about ...
How do you re-instantiate an already declared base64 data url image without having to re-insert the base64 code on the same page?(preferably with css)
I had tried all possible way to display image using base64 string. But none of them are working. I tested it on IE6,7, Firefox 3. Please tell me what is wrong ...
I just ran into this while looking at the CSS code:
There are at least two ways to use an image in CSS:
To reduce the number requests on the server i have embended some images as BASE64 directly into the css. (Its automated in the build process)
background: url(data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAFWHRTb2Z0d2FyZQBBZG etc...);
What are the factors that should trigger thinking about switching images over to Base64 embedded in CSS?
There seems to be a lot of generic pro/con type things out there. Wikipedia seems ...
I've learned that it's possible to embed an image in an HTML page like so, instead of linking to a separate image file:
<a href="data:image/png;base64,...(blah blah base64-encoded png goes here)..."
I have a couple small images in an HTML document that I want to make portable, e.g. still works when emailing. I use the following, which works great: