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Md Mostakim Hossain
Jun 29, 2022
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Advertising Continue reading below When you can, choose vector format image files because they scale better and give you better resolution on various devices, while requiring less bandwidth and storage. Shrink and compress your SVG assets using technologies such as GZIP. Choose a raster image format based on your specific needs. In some cases, JPG files will be the smallest, while in others, PNG files will be even smaller. These file types also approach compression differently, so keep your image clarity needs in mind. Test the raster image quality settings. Often high quality won't provide the best experience - just slow load times and poor user experience. Remove superfluous hair masking service image metadata such as geolocation coordinates, camera information, and color correction profiles (unless you need that metadata specifically). Resize your images before uploading them to your server, to ensure that the "display" size of the images matches the "natural" size of the image. Forcing your host to constantly resize large images for smaller display needs increases your performance. Automate as many of your image optimization processes as possible. Lazy loading images is another way to speed up your pages. By default, web browsers display all images at once before a page is considered loaded, a protocol that can significantly increase content slowness. When you configure lazy loading, your audience's browsers only fetch the visuals that should be visible at any given time. Of course, this needs to be implemented with care, as you run the risk of trading slow page loads for slow image loads (any solution that has the word "lazy" in its name is likely to have a trap), but there are clear benefits going this route. Sitepoint has an excellent lazy-loading tutorial worth referencing.