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A quick and simple image placeholder service

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My friend and fellow designer Chrystal found this great share!

It’s a way for web developers to easily create placeholder images in our work. Just put your image size after their URL and you’ll get a placeholder.

Like this: <img src=”http://placehold.it/350×150″>

Brilliant!

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