Usability Guideline Usability.gov 14:3
img width or
height attributes means page text jumps about as images load.
This makes the page very hard to read while it’s loading, and the user may click on the wrong link if it moves as it’s being clicked. Add width and height attributes to the img tag matching the image dimensions. Authoring tools like Dreamweaver can automate this process.
- 5.4 Feb 2014 Don’t fire on IMG elements with data: URLs.
- 5.0 Oct 2012 Don’t fire on IMG elements with no SRC attribute.
- 4.3 Apr 2011 Don’t fire on images with display:none.
- 3.4 Sep 2009 Don’t fire on images with width and height set by CSS.
- 3.0 Dec 2008 Added.
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Rule ID: UseGov14.3