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When authors adapt their sites for high-resolution displays, they
often need to be able to use different assets representing the same
image. We address this need for adaptive, bitmapped content images by
srcset attribute to the
no longer being developed as a separate specification, there is no
content here. You can find the
srcset attribute in the HTML specification.
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