How come some sites with big images load so quickly?
I know that two images of the same size in width and height can be very different in byte size, but I am talking of beautiful, high resolution images.
I know of preloading, but from my experience preloading images helps when you want to change images quickly for example but it actually makes the site loading time even longer.
All I use for images is:
<img src="..."/> is there something I don't know about?
And I am talking about pure HTML sites that are CSS valid.
High resolution = large byte size
That's what I mean. Even large byte size pictures load fast on some sites.
How do they do it?
So that's all?
I can't help it?
I have to transfer my site somewhere else?
Either a better host for your site or load your images from a fast image host.
Do you really need such large images?
I don't NEED such big images, but I will try loading them from somewhere else before I take more drastic measures.
can you give an example of a web page with such images? Maybe they're just using highly compressed JPEGs that look good but will degrade if you try to edit it.
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