Following my first blog article on the topic of image optimization, this blog post shall cover advanced image optimization techniques. I will present four methods, which will ultimately help improve your web performance by making your images more workable. 1. Image compression This subchapter will be started off with basic information on the common image […]
With this example I want to show how the usage of cookies can undermine effective image caching on websites. Even though the image filename remains the same, technically, there is a possibility to change the images depending on the cookies the browser has stored. With Apache, you can point a specific URL to be handled
Work smart, not hard There are several tips and tricks on how to improve your images in order to reach a better web performance. This blog article will be the first part of a series of posts covering the topic of image optimization. It aims on presenting easy ways to catch the so-called ‘low hanging
One of the most underrated web performance optimization technique is delivering Next-Gen image formats. If you run a check in Google Lighthouse Report, you will probably get a recommendation that says “Serve images in next-gen formats” What is WebP, JPEG 2000 and JPEG XR and how do they differ WebP, JPEG 2000 and JPEG XR
In this post you will learn how to find and remove unused CSS on your website and prevent WordPress to transfer megabytes of unused code without any plugins.
If you ever tried optimizing your website performance, you probably run your web page through Google Page Speed and got several tips on what can be improved to make your site faster. In this post we will take a closer look at what is meant by “Eliminate render-blocking resources” and explain step by step how