11 Replies Latest reply: Mar 23, 2014 6:42 PM by teomorell
Scott Chu Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
Last time I saw someone asks why Safari on iPad doesn't show some 1920x1440 jpeg with real size & I solved that puzzle. You have to use a progressive-encoding jpeg. However, I find another different problem.

Say, demo.jpg is a progressive-encoding jpeg with 2000x3000 & I upload it to my website. I then access it via url ...demo.jpg, Safari will show it with 2000x3000 size, perfect.

Now I make a most-simple html file named mypic.html. This html has only img tag with src=demo.jpg or src=demo.jpg width=2000 height=3000 inside body. Now I access it via url ...mypic.html. This time Safari show a very small icon of a question mark?

Does anybody know why the latter case fail?

iPad, Other OS, 3.2