If your site doesn’t look good on a phone screen you are doing something very, very wrong.
Make sure that your site is optimized for mobile because let’s face it, more people are browsing online via phone than ever before and that number is going to continue to increase. Be aware of what’s in season Just like fashion, searches are seasonal.
Y has everything to do with brightness, which is what humans detect the most and it goes largely untouched by compression.
This method exploits flaws in human vision by removing color and detail that we cannot or have trouble detecting.
This method converts a photo from RGB to a different color space called YCb Cr.
In all Guetizil is the best option for your image compression needs.
You get to have an image that doesn’t look like it went through a lossy compression process at all and that is compatable across all browsers.
Sure you can understand all the logistics, but you need to make sure you don’t get lazy and forget about checking these boxes.
Lucky for you, I made a short list of things you should always be keeping in mind. Headlines over content If you don’t already know how important headlines are, you’re doing something wrong.
Usually when you compress an image the format changes so that browsers read it differently which causes problems when you’re putting this image on say a website.
This takes out an extra step in your image compression process and allows for your site to look great across all platforms without compromising quality for an oversized file that takes forever to load.
The question that remains is how Google managed to achieve this.