>What load are you talking about?  This is just an issue of telling the web
>browser the image's dimensions.  It's not like the image is being processed
>to convert it to that image size.

Au contraire.

If you have an image named 'huge.jpg' at 10000 x 10000, and you ask a 386
computer to:

<IMG SRC=huge.jpg WIDTH=100 HEIGHT=100>

Then two horrible things happen.

1. The client has to download that stupidly large image.
2. The client has to *SCALE* that stupdily large image to 100x100

There is no magic here.

That's maybe a lotta work for that client.

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