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Yes , you can reduce the loading time of your website by following these steps. Reduce or use less java scripts, or pop up window may be adds. Go to the Google page speed tester and find out what are the things which increases your page time loading , after analysis , it shows result, problems and how to fix. If you fix that things , your website speed ...


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Basically there can be lots of problem OR sometime a single issue which slow down your webpage while loading. You can analyze your site here to get exact issue that why its loading slow : 1 - Google page speed analyzer tool 2 - Gtmetrix page speed analyzer tool If you feel that only images are making your site slow then always optimize your sites images ...


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This feature of Apache is known as "MultiViews" and it is handled by the content negotiation module: ...if /some/dir has MultiViews enabled, and /some/dir/foo does not exist, then the server reads the directory looking for files named foo.*, and effectively fakes up a type map which names all those files, assigning them the same media types and ...


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Images with the wrong mime type are unlikely to show up in Google Image search. Unless your images have an image mime type, they won't get indexed for image search. As you note in your question, there are also usability problems with incorrect mime types. Nobody is going to want to use a page with broken images. While I doubt that Googlebot is going ...


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If I understand your question properly, you want to be able to upload one single product image, and have Cre be able to give you that same image in different file sizes (scaled so image sizes are reduced when possible). With our Cre shop we use the contribution here. It works well for us, and we use about 6 different sizes of each image. I'm sure there are ...


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I might be missing something since I dont use Loaded....but its kinda strange they dont have image resize + cached dir by default. So what you can do is bend a similar platforms image classes into its (cached-mirror) directory structure. The PHP GD class route: Your current Loaded7 includes/classes/image.php class: ...


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You can force images to be whatever size you want using HTML width= and height= on the IMG tag. Or use CSS width: height: using the high resolution image each item. Advantages only need 1 image uploaded and caches for all versions. Disadvantages are that images can look distorted based on aspect ratios but if same image won't get that problem.


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The "technique behind it" is straightforward. You upload an image to the server through a HTML form, then the server processes the image, saving each file to its respective folder. Or alternatively, you could only save the large file but create links that resize the image on the fly e.g. <img ...


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Watermark. Pretty much anything else, and I can do a screenshot of the entire page in my web-browser and just crop it. Watermarks need to hit a sweet spot of not offending the user by abstracting the image. While to letting anyone easily fixing them and removing the watermark in an image editor. The more you practice the easier you will find it to hit that ...


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I do not know of any truly elegant solutions. Some options: SVG, the text is indexed PDF with OCR, it is indexed PowerPoint or Word documents, indexed Use CSS position to layer the text behind your image. Load the text first, then when the image loads, dynamically remove the text. See Facebook's suggestion for their comments box.


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Google does not read images for text. Your Google reference was talking about links where a text based image is used for the link. It is okay if the alt tag is informative, but Google prefers text based links. That is all Google is referencing. As far as your image is concerned, you have three things that will help you inform search engines about the image: ...


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Watermarks are excellent. Some image editors allow you to embed copyright data into the image that is extremely difficult to remove since it is interspersed within the image data. You can optionally register this trademark data with a registry though it is not necessary. I have used http://www.smalleranimals.com/thumb.htm to do this for me in the past. It ...



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