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Roy Schestowitz wrote:
What I had in mind is resizing of images on the server. Instead of uploading
different versions of the same image (which in itself is extra traffic),
the server can detect the connection type and send images depending on the
I can't think of a way that one could identify the user's connection
speed/type from the server...
It's like an adaptive net that tailors content for the
visitor. Some will say it's a horrible idea, a little bit like cloaking or
like Micro$oft's delivery of different stylesheets to different browsers.
In a way, yes! What if the user on a slow connection happened to *want*
the higher quality image?