I am using Intervention/imagecache on my Laravel website, which creates thumbnails on-the-fly by URL manipulation. So thumbnails are automatically created with this route: ...
I discovered that you can covert images into base64 strings and use those string within img tags and css like this: <img alt="" src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAhEUgAAA ... FTkSuQmCC" /> ...
Is it worth it to change my entire user images file structure to take advantage of simple browser caching?
On one of my mobile sites, I simply store my user's profile images as '1.jpg' in their user folder, and incrementally go from there for any extra pics they upload. This means that whenever they change ...
I have recently been doing some image replacement work for a client, he sends me the new image png files and I upload them replacing the old ones with the new ones ( keeping the same name ). I tell ...
How do I set expiry date for an image? Is this a server side operation or can it be done as an html tag attribute? What if I only want to set different expiry dates for different images/resources?
I don't know if this is the best practice, but we added an image with a snow delay for our school. For some users the image wouldn't come up. Is this a matter of the browser or something else? I had ...