High-resolution image printing

Graphic designer Ross Howard wrote an insightful article that shows you how to provide a better print alternative, through the use of specific high-resolution images specifically for print, on websites.

In Howard's own words: "HTML and CSS allow us to force images to display in a different size than their native dimensions. I recently began wondering whether higher resolution devices like printers might be able to use the pixels omitted by the relatively low resolutions intended for screen viewing."

I must admit that this is one of those things I haven't thought about. It can be extremely useful if you use it to present a media kit on a website, some charts, or any other piece of information that contains lots of graphics and you're sure people are going to print it.
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