Um…No. Are you doing this for clients, or for yourself? If it’s just for you, feel free to continue on. If is for someone who is paying you to actually create a website, hide this information from them, and don’t make any promises that sound anything like the following:
- That the sites will look good
- That the sites will look the same in various browsers
- That search engines will be able to effectively index their websites
- That you provide clean, compliant code
- That your designs will load quickly
Is it ok to <H1> An image????
The reason I ask is because I want the header font to be a cursive font to match a constitution theme. I am using “English” Font. I tried just changing the Font to English for my H1 tag but on my wifes PC it went to a default font because she doesn’t have the font uploaded, which would be the case for a lot of people.
So can I and is there anything wrong with do it?
I really wonder how important it is to “pass” for situations where the user has IMAGES off. Unsurprisingly, none of the techniques work for all four of the possible variations of CSS on/off and Images on/off, and the only two that work for three out of four, are cumbersome. Do you really want to either a) load all images twice, or b) not be able to use transparent backgrounds, as well as having some extra code, just to make your header work when the user has disabled CSS?