Keeping Copyright Metadata in Images with TYPO3

By default, TYPO3 tries to generate image files that are as small as it is possible with ImageMagick/GraphicsMagick. This means that it applies the predefined JPEG compression. But it also means that it strips almost all metadata from the files.

This makes a lot of sense if you think about the information modern cameras or mobile phones put into image metadata. Things like the camera type or the specific GPS coordinates where the image was shot are not only a waste of transfer size, they can also have privacy implications.

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Responsive Images with TYPO3 8.7

Responsive webdesign is a de-facto standard in the modern web now. We usually design websites with both small and big screens in mind. However, we often stop when it comes to embedded images. In most cases, there will be one image file that is (kind of) optimized for desktop usage, which will then be used across all screen sizes. We can do better with responsive images. „Responsive Images with TYPO3 8.7“ weiterlesen