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interpreting image compression result
11-12-2014, 03:36 AM (This post was last modified: 11-12-2014 03:37 AM by jaccobb.)
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interpreting image compression result
For our site, page load testing identified compression issues such as this for about 10 images (.jpg, .png, and a .gif or two) :

Compressing and resizing http://www.burstschocolates.com/var/them...-Image.jpg could save 31.7KiB (80% reduction).

I've pushed a couple trial images through smush it but the resulting image appears to be the same size. Does that make sense? Am I not interpreting the compression issue correctly?

Also, most of the realizable gains shown in the results are <4kb per image. Unless there are many images, is that really much of a drag on load time?

Thanks for any advice.
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interpreting image compression result - jaccobb - 11-12-2014 03:36 AM

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