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Old 08-Sep-2016, 01:57
inventor4fun inventor4fun is offline
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Image resolution

Hello everyone,
I read a lot about how to prepare images for the web but something I have not understood.
I need to display an image of 800x600 px, the guide tell me that I don't need to load on the image server with larger size because it takes more time to download it and the browser ( or a representative ) must reduce it.
I do not understand why the quality change, if I display on a browser an image 800x600px that originaly was bigger the quality is better that if I had it loaded on the server already reduced the size 800x600px.
What can be due to the problem ? To reduce the original use photoshop image quality 9.
Old 11-Apr-2017, 06:05
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Re: Image resolution

Hi!! I guess you have a problem regarding images size. So I recommend the tool I have been using for a long time, it optimize image size. The effect is nearly invisible but it makes a very large difference in file size.

Thank you!!
Old 21-Apr-2017, 03:55
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Re: Image resolution

No, this can also be possible using online tools.
Old 02-Aug-2017, 03:13
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Re: Image resolution

Yes, Online tools is much better than these tools thanks
Old 05-Aug-2017, 06:20
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Re: Image resolution

For websites, you should always use PNG or GIF format. And, if you're displaying photos (clicked from cameras) then it should be in JPEG with minimum compression level of 5 or more.

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