On Tue, 24 May 2005, Rory Browne wrote:
> I think there might be a use for something like this, provided it was
> configurable. For example if you could decrease the size of an image
> file, by dynamicly reducing its quality on the server.
One would hope web site owners would:
1. Not needlessly use bloated graphics on their site
2. Already have 'optimised' images for colour range and
The dynamic quality/size thing is quite possible with a bit of PHP I
> The idea of using specialist software, instead of the browsers proxy
> settings is strange though.
Note also that HTTP supports compression.
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