would it be nice that all browsers can handle inline binary data display? actually just images will be fine. so no more image uploading.. just do something like:
<img src="image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAEAAAABACAIAAAFSDNYfAAAAaklEQVR42u3XQQrAIAwAQeP%2F%2F6wf8CJBJTK9lnQ7FpHGaOurt1I34nfH9pMMZAZ8BwMGEvvh%2BBsJCAgICLwIOA8EBAQEBAQEBAQEBK79H5RfIQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAID%2FABMSqAfj%2FsLmvAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg%3D%3D" alt="" />
this particular line is supported in firefox, safari and konqueror but not IE (yet). I will try out IE 7 next week. to read more interesting stuff about finding the limits in web browsers, learn about the acid2 test.
edit: found a very unpretty way to embed inline images in IE but bow to the author who made it work.
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