adam beecher's [adam at iewebs.com] 60 lines of dribble included:
:>Didn't think TIFFs were widely supported in browsers. Neither are PNGs for that
:>matter, at least when you go back before 4...
:>:>You can use PNGs on an Intranet though, as long as the browsers are all > 4 (?),
:>or you can convince the sysadmin to upgrade.
:>:>Personally, I think the disadvantages of using PNG outweigh the advantages. I'd
:>go for JPEGs and GIFs.
On an intranet where you can probably guarantee (now this is *IF*, but it is
possible to guarantee because you have access to all the computers) PNG is
supported by everyone's browsers then PNG would be wayyy better.
Depends on the situation, the guy isn't looking for web design advice just
an image format to use on a local intranet, hence PNG is perfectly suited.
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