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try to set these styles.. image-rendering: auto; image-rendering: crisp-edges; image-rendering: pixelated;


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How would adsense treat that ever-so-important photo above the fold? Does it treat it as nothing more than a null character? no, your image above the fold has its own physical size, namely the height, which Google can recognize. Google will be able to recognize the trick too, if you would try to set something like img {height:0;} to push the ad block ...


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Is there any standard size for images with text? ... what would be the best size for a thumbnail? ... I want the main image and the thumbnail to be indexed by Google like the same image but different sizes and I want the thumbnail to be easy to read for the users! You should try and get an idea of what devices your users use so that you can choose the ...


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On the modern web you don't have to choose. You can now use the srcset specification for responsive images. See this great series from cloudfour for more details, be sure to read the entire series. This allows you to serve different size images to different screen sizes. You can use srcset today. 64.65%(at the time this was written source caniuse) of ...


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the best size is the smallest. Because such images, the bigger their file size is, the longer they take time to be downloaded. I see such images too, and they make me pretty wonder: people are trying to win something on the design side, but loose much more on the user experience side, because the big (and doubtless beautiful) images take more and more time ...


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To anwser this question first a little background: HTTP works on top of TCP. When the browser opens a connection it sends a TCP packet with the HTTP request to the server. Because TCP has TCP slowstart the server can at most send 10 packets back, totalling 14KB to the browser. After that it has to wait for an acknowledgement from the browser before it can ...


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how many requests bots make in a given time frame This time is vary for each site and each file type, based on many factors. Google calculates the average server response time for each file type and crawls them dependently of response time. Assuming your HTML files are flying from server, but your images have longer answer time, because they should be ...


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Use this tags. <a href="http://www.example.com/hd-image.jpg"><img src="http://www.example.com/thumbnail-img"/></a> Most of all ecommerce websites, blogger websites, and wikipedia uses links in images for Image SEO. Here, you display compressed image in img src, so it load images quickly, but when Google spider see that link, then they ...


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I just encountered the same issue and it has to do with riskified.com. They have a javascript file that calls http://beacon.riskified.com/?shop=whatever.com&ts=12345 and that references volluto.com. Based on this, I don't think it should be a great concern.



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