On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 11:31 AM, Alexia Death <alexiade...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Problem is not serving different content. Problem is making content
> that works for those, and ultimately for all browsers. So your
> suggestion misses the point. The point is need to create images that
> are not color managed or rather are managed as browser sees fit.

Right. I don't think client sniffing is very efficient and probably
more complicated than needed. The 'progressive enhancement' approach
is much more pragmatic and one that is employed with other web
development features like CSS and JavaScript.

There are times when you have to work with the lowest common
denominator (web page image elements that need to match HTML and CSS
colors) and others where progressive enhancement allows you to provide
additional features/functionality without negatively affecting
visitors that aren't using the latest browsers (photographs with color

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