> Rubbish. Perfectly valid question, re CSS-LAYOUTS
My appologies. When you asked:
"I seem to remember something about width/height attributes being
unneccessary with css layouts though, is this correct or should I be
using them on my images?"
I assumed you were asking about the HTML <img> element and its
width/height attributes. If you meant applying width/height CSS *properties*
to images in your HTML document then perhaps my answer was
> I wonder if anyone would know the ins and outs of specifying an img's
> height/width in the stylesheet, it seems an odd issue.
"In CSS2 it is assumed that all replaced elements -- and only replaced
elements -- come with intrinsic dimensions."
This would include images. Therefor, you are not required to include width
and height properties for images.
If you have a group of images that you want to be rendered at the same size,
specifying width/height properties in your CSS may be a good way to go. If
your images are of varying sizes, then perhaps it may be burdensome to do
this as you would need to create id's for each image or classes for each
group of equally sized images.