Note from 19 January 2021

Is there some sort of shape-outside: self; in CSS, to use an image as it's own shape? 🤔

I couldn't find it in any docs, but it would be really useful to not declare the same URL twice.


  1. Do you know good tutorials and/or examples about dealing with responsive images that are fluid horizontaly, but with a fixed height?

    Using object-fit: cover; in the CSS is easy, but how can we prevent loading many pixels that will be hidden, without using too many <source> in a <picture>?