From: F J Franklin (F.J.Franklin@sheffield.ac.uk)
Date: Thu Sep 26 2002 - 03:19:49 EDT
On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, ericzen wrote:
>> Anyway, why I'm asking is that there's a way to encode images in URLs so
>> that they can be embedded into [X]HTML, but the method wasn't designed for
>> large images and there's an open question of whether all XML parsers can
>> handle such long attributes. With 788 bytes I'm estimating a URL of 1074
>> bytes which is probably safe & justifiable...
> If you used base64, sizes could be disgustingly huge. What technique were you thinking of using?
:-) base 64 is, I think, required, and the 788->1074 corresponds to the
base64 expansion + the "data:image/png;base64," header.
or follow this thread:
Francis James Franklin
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