CSS Image Encoder
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Encode website images into base64 code.   Demo ($3.99)
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CSS Image Encoder is a handy little utility that allows you to encode your website's images into base64 code. This allows you to turbocharge your website, as the images you reference will be loaded from the base64 code and not from an external resource, which drastically increases the rendering speed. CSS Image Encoder offers the following features:
  • CSS Image Encoder supports five different file formats, including jpeg, jpeg2000, gif, png & bmp.
  • Preview encoded images right from the app in your Web browsers before exporting them.
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What's New
Version 1.2.2:
  • User Requested Feature: Added a third export option which allows you to copy the generated CSS to your pasteboard right away.
  • Minor UI fix.
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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Bdikkat commented on 11 Apr 2012
It's good to minimize HTTP requests, but it's only fair to remind people that base64 Data URIs aren't properly supported in IE, and then only with images up to 32kb (and in IE6 & IE7 not at all, without MHTML techniques).

It's also worth pointing out that all this can be done for free with the Base64 Online Generator:

http://www.motobit.com/util/base64-decoder-encoder.asp
[Version 1.2.2]

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Writeit! Studios (developer) replied on 20 May 2012
That's correct. IE does not properly support this. While your link does convert images to base64, it does not create ready-to-use CSS style sheets, nor creates CSS # blocks (for those who already have a stylesheet) that can be pasted into a CSS document automatically.
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P=NP commented on 24 Nov 2011
Why don't the advertisements in this application utilize this; any particular reason why?
[Version 1.2.1]

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Writeit! Studios (developer) replied on 26 Nov 2011
They do. Turn off your internet connection and they will still be working. By the way, to celebrate black friday and cyber monday, this app is half price ($2!) this weekend should you be interested! :)
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Downloads:2,305
Version Downloads:944
Type:Development : HTML
License:Demo
Date:14 Feb 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $3.99
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CSS Image Encoder is a handy little utility that allows you to encode your website's images into base64 code. This allows you to turbocharge your website, as the images you reference will be loaded from the base64 code and not from an external resource, which drastically increases the rendering speed. CSS Image Encoder offers the following features:
  • CSS Image Encoder supports five different file formats, including jpeg, jpeg2000, gif, png & bmp.
  • Preview encoded images right from the app in your Web browsers before exporting them.
  • CSS Image Encoder can export your base64 code as a class into a stylesheet that you provide or can create a new stylesheet altogether.
  • Note: This free version of CSS Image Encoder is ad supported. An ad-free version is available from our store for just $3.99.


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