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Actually John the new Firefox Developer Edition browser is better than using Firebug or the Firefox utility. Give it a try and you will not be disappointed I am sure! https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/developer/?utm_medium=paidsearch&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=dev-sem-q1-2015


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If you try to do anything with fixed images you're going change your site from responsive to fixed in a second I do not agree. There are other solutions than resizing the image, even if it might add a little work. For example, you can take a look to srcset attribut, that starts to be widely available Resizing to the exact display width causes them ...


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I enjoy using GTMetrix as a resource to find my development weaknesses. My site score "A" grades but my images, not so good. Optimize Images = F Specifiy image dimensions = F I use Bootstrap / Responsive and focus on the users experience not the page grade. If you try to do anything with fixed images you're going change your site from responsive to ...


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As for the rankings, I would test across multiple tools, not just one. Try google's page-speed insights, and try webpagetest.org to make sure your web page speed is always up to par. Also test it on pingdom. The number one reason why no tool is going to be 100% accurate all the time is because activity on the server can change, and if it is not well ...


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There isn't really a special number of bytes for an image that's a standard, but you know you're in trouble if the image takes a while to download on a high-speed network connection. According to google, you want to serve compressed images. Nice thing with that idea is that the image size in bytes is substantially smaller than the original size yet the ...



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