Responsive images-x mess on desktop

Posted by: QuirksBlog, on 12 Apr 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

There we go again. The desktop browsers, over my strenuous objections, decided to treat DPR (device pixel ratio) as a variable instead of a constant when the user uses page zooming instead of pinch zooming.The advantages or disadvantages of this decision are not what currently interests me, though I continue to have my doubts.What we’re going to study today is the practical application of that idea: if DPR is a variable, responsive images should respond to page zoom. Do they? Safari doesn’t, Firefox...

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