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Base64 encoding images: Creating Web Media
Base64 encoding images: Creating Web Media

Base64 is a method of representing binary data, like graphics, as text. This means we can include graphics in an HTML, CSS, or JavaScript file, by simply adding the base64 code to those files. Then there is no need for an external image file to be referenced and this can be very handy for web advertisements, or anytime that you don’t want to have an extra file linked into your code.

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Web Web Development Web Graphics CSS

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