Another method used by the web designer is to ensure that the image compression is appropriate. Unless you have a web site that displays something like photography most of the image can be greatly compressed. For some images of people can not tell the difference between those who are serving in 60% and 80%. For this you need to experience to ensure that you get the right compression and remember that each picture will be different. Fortunately many image editors level professionals (e.g. Photoshop) allows you to preview images in different compressions next to each other so that you can make a selection based on appearance rather than presage a percentage of their use.
If you follow these simple rules, then you should be able to reduce the download time of pages and hopefully provide quick access to your site and prevent the user from navigating away by failures.
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