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Kalvin
3y

You should always use png instead jpg in your websites because it won't lose quality.

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  • 5
    Well technically he is right, but yea file sizes are a bitch I know from experience.
  • 3
    That's not terrible advice.

    Try this out if you need to compress an image. Works on jpg and png.

    https://compressor.io/
  • 0
    @bmintz The "always" is the bad advice. Png is great for some things but replacing completely jpg is terrible advice regarding loading times.
  • 1
    @devrocket Still, I was referring to replace a whole picture background that makes the site add 1mb useless data.
  • 1
    @Kalvin if it doesn't need transparency then I can support that. Mostly anyone that thinks things should always be a certain way can be arrogant.
  • 0
    @devrocket Indeed. It's just about using the right tool for the right thing.
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