The 72 PPI Web Image Myth
5 monthes ago - By Photo Cascadia
We have all heard that 72 pixels per inch is best for web or screen resolution and 300 pixels per inch is for print resolution, right? There are reasons why the pixel per inch resolution matters for print, but the 72 ppi rule for web images is a myth, although it did have a reason at one time in history. Print resolution and the history of Mac computers and 72 ppi resolution are topics for another time. The purpose of this article is to explain why the pixel per inch setting you assign your web images is irrelevant, despite that we've been told 72 pixels per inch resolution makes your...
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