Use Progressive JPGs to Improve Your Website’s Percieved Speed

Photos are the main culprit as to why pages (appear to) render slow.

Use progressive JPEGs to improve the performance of your site, “because perceived speed is more important than actual speed”.

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Use Progressive JPGs to Improve Your Website’s Percieved Speed was originally found on Access 2 Learn

About Walter Wimberly

I taught full time for about 7 years, before going back into “industry”. I currently am a Software Developer (III) for a local company in Central Florida. I work with mainly web based projects as a full stack web developer. I code in JavaScript/jQuery on the front end, and PHP, ASP/ASP.Net on the backend.

I adjunct teach web and digital media classes.

When not working full time, or teaching, I also freelance as a web developer for small businesses. In addition to the web development, I have worked with Databases, Web Analytics, and a few other areas.