Jpeg

In computing, JPEG (/ˈdʒeɪpɛɡ/ JAY-peg) (seen most often with the .jpg extension) is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital images, particularly for those images produced by digital photography. The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality. JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in image quality.[citation needed]JPEG compression is used in a number of image file formats.
Posts about Jpeg
  • Using Animated GIFs for Your Blog and Marketing

    … — Brian D. Hawkins (@HotBlogTips) December 23, 2014 Blogging Tip – How this post could have been better Allow me a second of self critique to help YOU create a better blog post, even though it’s completely unrelated. Tip One: There are enough call to actions in this post to keep you from doing anything at all. Limit your call to actions…

    Brian Hawkins/ Hot Blog Tips- 12 readers -
  • 4 Tips for Producing Great Event Coverage - Whiteboard Friday

    … are all right. I have a couple of problems with them. Live tweeting is really short-lived. It's great. You can build some followers, but unless you put it into Storify and then a blog post or something of that nature, it's gone. It's just in your tweet history. Live blogging has a different problem. It's there. It's easy to access, but it's your…

    Moz Blogin Social Facebook Twitter- 20 readers -
  • 6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Blog’s Load Time

    …! Image quality is important, but only if it is noticeable. The WP Smush.it plugin will optimize JPEG compression and strip the unnecessary metadata to make for smaller files. You might also consider the Lazy Load plugin, which will only load images when they are visible to the user. Reduce Homepage Elements Even though your blog homepage is naturally…

    Michael Kwan/ John Chow dot Comin Social Blogging- 6 readers -
  • 5 Things Designers See That You Can’t Unsee

    … will get irritated when the difference is more subtle, like at this airp ort. 2. JPEG Compression Artifacts. It doesn’t take an archaeologist to find these artifacts, they are everywhere. If something feels a bit soft, it’s probably those fuzzies that appear around blocks of color when a file isn’t well optimized when saving. They appear in photos…

    Jess Bachman/ Visual.lyin Twitter- 11 readers -
  • Give Your Blog’s Graphics a Lift with Visme [Review]

    … possibilities for publishing. In the future, I’d like to see the preview mode match what I see on screen, but overall, I believe this tool works well whether you plan to create something attractive for your personal blog or use it to support content marketing efforts for a large company. Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional writer and blogger. Her career has spanned more than 25 years, including stints as a journalist, academic writer and ghost writer. Connect with Sharon on her website or Google+. …

    Sharon Hurley Hall/ Basic Blog Tipsin Social Content Google- 16 readers -
  • The Koozai Guide To Using Crazy Egg

    … occurred. The converse is true meaning the darker areas indicate these are the less popular areas of your page for your audience. Should you decided to A/B test two versions of a page or if you want to see the difference in interaction between two device types for the same page, you can use the Compare option to line up two Snapshots side-by-side…

    Graeme Benge/ Koozai.comin Paid Search SEO Google- 19 readers -
  • What’s up with those image files?

    … Have you ever wondered what those funny looking file names mean whenever you save something to your computer? What’s the deal with those extensions like: .pdf .jpg (or .jpeg) .gif .psd and son on They can be really confusing but extremely important depending on what you’re doing. Image files can be broken into two categories, Vector images…

    Gminski Stubbs/ Apex Virtual Solutions- 7 readers -
  • 1 Powerful FREE Software to Drastically Reduce Image Size for Fast Website Speed

    Tweet Hey guys, as I’ve been working on mobile apps recently I had found the need to really reduce my image size that are displayed on the apps to improve loading speeds for users. By using a free image resizing program called riot (seriously… it’s free… no ads even!) I was able to reduce the size of jpeg, gif, and png files to so much less than they used to be that I star ...

    The Link Back- 5 readers -
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