As you can see in the image below, you can choose how you post a photo on a site. In this WordPress environment you can choose to display the photo in full size. Preview photo full size That way you don’t have to place the photos larger than necessary in terms of KBs. Google doesn’t like that. Your visitors also do not benefit from extra download KBs. So make sure that photos that are no bigger than the place that the photo gets on your site. The photo below looks the same as the photo above. But it is a different file, with a width of 770 pixels. So those pixels correspond to the space that the photo gets on this site and is therefore displayed at 100%. The advantage is that this photo is only 138 kB instead of the above version which is 485 kB. Example of a smaller size photo Resize photos for your website Have you received a photo from your colleague, photographer or customer that you would like to post online?
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Then see how many pixels that photo has and how much space that photo gets on your site. Photos are quickly a few MBs. Those photos are therefore not immediately suitable to place on your site. Photos of a few MBs are way too large, both in pixel size and weight. So make sure you resize those photos to the Czech Republic Phone Number size that the photo will get on your website. Do you already know the width of the photos on your website? Then you can also ask for the photos exactly in that pixel format. It is not too difficult for a photographer to provide several versions of the same photos. That way, photos are the perfect pixel size and generated from the source file. If you have not received a photo from a photographer, you can resize the photos yourself in Photoshop. Don’t have Photoshop? Then you can also use online tools such as pixlr.com, iPiccy or Photopea.
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Weight of a photo in KBs A photo on a site should never be larger than 500 kB. But the vast majority of photos on websites will be between 20 and 200 kB. Header photos with a width of 1920 pixels can be between 150 and 400 kB of excellent quality. Provided that the original photo was taken in RAW and the photo was not saved too often as JPG. It is a misconception that the number of kBs or mBs of a photo says a lot about the quality of a photo. That depends on the source file and the method of saving. What is in the photo also influences the number of kB’s. For example, a lawn takes up a lot of space to properly save as JPG. A solid surface (for example a white wall or blue sky) as a JPG takes considerably less storage space. JPG is a way of saving with adjustable quality and thus has a loss of quality every time it is saved. RAW and TIFF are file formats that save a photo without losing quality.