2. Compress the Images
As the phrase tells us, image compression is about taking large photos and reducing their size. This is important because larger files take a lot of time to load. Image compression ensures that the image’s size is smaller without compromising quality.
You can experiment with various image sizes to determine what works for you. You will come across multiple editing tools online. Some of them, like Adobe Photoshop, have a safe-for-the-web option. This can minimize the file size without affecting its quality.
You should know that there are two ways to squeeze pictures: “lossy” and “lossless.” Lossy compression, used by JPEGs, tosses away some data from the picture, while lossless keeps everything intact. You should determine what works for your website and how to make user experiences friendlier.