When you talk to an advertiser or marketing expert he will tell you bigger and larger posters and graphics will set your products high-up in name recall, brand choice and higher buying rate than your competitors. But most webmasters and SEO advisers would stress that huge pictures or web graphics will definitely increased page load times. Beautiful images are nice to look at but can produce stressful delays on the user’s browsing experience and even search engine rankings.

To solve this dilemma, websites have used multiple browser detection to deliver different CSS stylesheets and HTML web pages that fits many different browsers. Today, when web sites load pages, different layouts are presented depending on the device being used to browse it. To account for different screen resolutions, webmasters and creators begun creating multiple sets of graphics, which are delivered dynamically, depending on the user’s screen resolution.