I was told that specifying inline width and height for all images will be good for SEO and also helps the site loads faster, like so:
<img src="http://www.example.com/images/free-size.jpg" width="200" height="400" alt="random image" />
Although I can still overwrite the inline setting using height:auto;.
So that images re-size properly when in different display platforms.
But just before I go ahead and doing this just want to reassure if these statements are true. Personally I feel dubious about fixing the inline dimension and overwriting using external CSS, just sound a bit hacky to me…..