Last updated on August 4, 2015

Retina Display Support

When your visitors load a page, Studio 9 checks each image on the page to see if there is a high-resolution version of that image on your server. If a high-resolution variant exists, a JavaScript helper script will automatically replaces images on your page with high-resolution variants.

Studio 9 assumes you use Apple’s prescribed high-resolution modifier (@2x) to denote high-resolution image variants on your server.

For example, if you have an image on your page that looks like this:

<img src="/images/my_image.png" alt="" />

Studio 9 will check your server to see if an alternative image exists at this path:


Uploading your images

When you upload an image and you want to make it available for high-resolution screens, just upload both your low-resolutions and high-resolution images at the same time and follow the file naming convention described below.