How to configure color management in graphics programs?

Hello

I watched the video from Linda.com a color management. There was advised in the color management settings in Photoshop set to sRGB instead of the profile your monitor (I have Dell u2311h). In the end, every time I have something to put in the work file, it is converted sRGB -> Dell u2311h.

Is it right when the design of the website? It turns out that my color profile will be embedded in the file source.

For example, to publish pictures on the Internet I do Save for Web without a profile (as advised in tutorials). But what to do with open source? Because they will be embedded in the profile my monitor, and the customer another monitor.

Thanks in advance.
October 3rd 19 at 01:54
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October 3rd 19 at 01:56

wrong, should be done in sRGB. because then your images will be chopped and saved in jpg without any profile information. that is, while drawing you should see the same colors, which will see the visitor laid out in the layout.

Here I also think. Although the lessons from linda.com and 1 web Studio put a "monitor". As an option you can do in your profile, but to save without integration profile? - chaz_Wiso commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:59

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