How to Use HTML5 “picture”, “srcset”, and “sizes” for Responsive Images

<picture> is an HTML5 element designed to give us more versatile and performant responsive image functionality. Instead of loading a single image and trying to resize it to suit all possible viewport sizes and layouts, the picture tag loads multiple images of different sizes and resolutions, choosing the best fit for different scenarios. How Does <picture> Work? It works similarly to the way<audio> and <video> elements work, allowing you to place multiple source tags within the parent <picture> element, each using the srcset and sizes attributes to specify different image files along with the conditions under which they should be loaded. However,…

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