On 24 May 2005, at 17:04, Paul Jakma wrote:
> 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
One would hope for world peace, amongst many things, but one doesn't
always get what one hopes for.
> The dynamic quality/size thing is quite possible with a bit of PHP I
> think, see:
Yes, and good luck on your crusade to get every web server in the world
to install such software.
> Note also that HTTP supports compression.
Again, the server has to support this too. And it's purely a lossless
zlib type thing - one of onspeed's big wins is its (sometimes very)
lossy recompressing of images.
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