To begin, briefly define, why do I need optimization (it is the same compression) images on the site.
Everyone knows that the acceleration of the site improves the behavioral factors, and raises the conversion of the site (sales growth).
Here is an example graph of the conversion of load time, which is based on the study of Walmart.
The graph shows that the more time that page loads, the less customers make targeted actions on the site. If your site is not working as fast as possible, then you are missing out on potential profit. Acceleration website will improve conversion and thereby gain more potential customers and increase revenue.
A page of site usually consists of:
If you look at a picture in the middle section, and compare the amount (in bytes) of all of these types of resources on the page, you can see that in the pages of the image – this is the biggest part (the largest number of bytes).
Obviously, the optimization (reduction) of the image can significantly speed up the loading of the site.
We have identified the problematic part – due to the large volume of images slows down loading the entire site. So, if you reduce the amount of images on the site, the pages of your site will load faster.
Optimization (compression) of the images is just to reduce the amount of images to 70-98% without loss of visual quality of the images.
And now take a closer look – what is the optimization of images, and how to optimize images speeds up the site.
optimization (compression) images – is the processing of the file in order to reduce his size (in bytes), preferably without loss of quality.
To do this, there are many complex algorithms. Their essence is about the same – from the file deletes all service data (name of the program, which saves the file, etc.), as well as a special way merge / flatten similar color.
The output is the same image, and the naked eye can not even see that it is something different.
But the size in bytes of this optimized image will be many times smaller than the original.
With proper treatment, you can get a smaller file to 70-98% with no apparent loss of quality.
can manually optimize each image on the site. You can use Photoshop or another tool. Normally, when you save an image in the editor, there is an item “save for web”.
But this sea of wasted time (especially if you do not have hundreds or thousands of images on the site).
Each image will have a restore manually and re-fill the site.
It will have to spend either your personal time or time salaried employee. In any case – it’s resources and thus money.
service OptiPic.io is specifically designed to solve this problem.
Just 2 minutes you will be able to connect your site to a system that will scan the entire site, find and optimize (compress) all found images.
Optimization of all images on the site goes on to complete auto-pilot in the background.
Service itself will find on the site all the images and optimizes them.
And when you add new images to the site in the future (or change old images), they all automatically queued for optimization. The system itself monitors these changes and react to them.
OptiPic easily connects to almost any site in 2 clicks.
Supports all CMS and frameworks as well as self-made sites in PHP.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the optimization is possible on site OptiPic.io.It is free and requires no registration.
With WordPress 5.0 release a controversial plugin, that replaces WordPress classic editor, the Gutenberg had arrived!
Despite its negative reviews of 2.5 stars over 5, compatibility concerns and lack of features of other similar page builders the new editor has been added to WordPress core – shocking everybody around. Advertised as the new editing experience the editor brings a lot of clunkiness, confusing solutions and poor editing experience packed in a good looking suit.[animation effect=”fade-ttb” delay=”200″] [/animation]
Our WordPress.org support forum review goes as is:
This plugin is a definitive visual improvement that works decently well…
Needless to say it’s quite counter-intuitive to use, ever occurring popups, hover effects and highlights are a huge distraction.
It’s simple when you use simple blocks, if you want to achieve something more robust, mix columns, shortcodes, multiple types of content the whole admin interface is unreadable and extremely counter-intuitive.
While I believe a lot of work has been put into the plugin itself, the whole project hasn’t been well thought and planned. I don’t think there’s anything that can be done with the project apart from putting it into the trash and starting over.
If the amount of negative response from the users is not enough then it means people responsible for the project are not the right ones.
Time and time again people and programmers who have been using WordPress have been showing that they don’t care about the artificial restrictions imposed by people behind WordPress.
The editor will create a new page- and post-building experience that makes writing rich posts effortless, and has “blocks” to make it easy what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or “mystery meat” embed discovery. — Matt Mullenweg
The main quote is a huge example of ignorance (or a lack of interest in third party plugins perhaps?), this plugin is nowhere near already existing page / block based builders.[kkstarratings] We’ve left our 2 star review here. [one_half]
[icon icon=”thumbs-o-down”] Avoid: The Gutenberg is a horrible idea that doesn’t match client expectations.[full_width_section image=”https://wp-doin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/2men-background.jpg” bgpos=”cover” bgatt=”fixed” color=”#2e2e2e”]
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