Most of us process information easier if it is presented in an image. Images are much easier on the eye, they break up large chunks of text, and they create a richer experience for someone scanning a web page.
Images and graphics often affect the load speed more than anything else, but learning how to save image files properly can reduce the unnecessary bloating of image-sizes. No one wants to wait for a website to load. If you reduce your image sizes your visitors will thank you. When adding images to your website, you have the choice of quality vs. compression. More compression results in a smaller file size, but you will lose quality.
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dotKim totally re-did my website, which was prehistoric and very limited. Working together, we made it more modern and added so many features I'd never even heard of. I love the way it looks now and functionally I've noticed many more new customers. As she worked on it I kept getting new ideas and changing my mind and she was always polite and accomodating. Thanks!Bill LuerNooo Problem Charters