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.
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  • 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- 10 readers -
  • 4 Tips for Producing Great Event Coverage - Whiteboard Friday

    … for your titles. Just type whatever you want into the slide. Right click on it, click "Save as Picture," and you can save that slide as a 4x3 JPEG, which works great for Facebook and Twitter, without having to pull some graphic designer in to help you. So it makes it really easy to produce nice looking visual coverage on the spot, save it, publish…

    Moz Blogin Social Facebook Twitter- 15 readers -
  • 6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Blog’s Load Time

    …! Image quality is important, but only if it is noticeable. The WP 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- 4 readers -
  • 5 Things Designers See That You Can’t Unsee

    … or the Jaggies will get you!” Also known as aliasing, this effect happens when there just aren’t enough pixels to display curved and slanted lines. Since type is mostly tiny curved and slanted lines, it’s always an issue, unless anti-aliasing is used to ‘blur’ out the jaggies. If you want to take a belt sander to the following image, you are probably…

    Jess Bachman/ Visual.lyin Twitter- 11 readers -
  • The Koozai Guide To Using Crazy Egg

    … Crazy Egg is an Analytics tool, it’s a CRO tool, it’s an SEO tool, it’s a PPC tool. As much as it has been said before of other tools, I really think this is the Swiss Army knife of Digital Marketing tools and more than just a heat map. We use Crazy Egg at Koozai to help make sense of user conversion and engagement behaviour. We love it, so much…

    Graeme Benge/ Koozai.comin Paid Search SEO Google- 17 readers -
  • What’s up with those image files?

    … and Raster images. Let’s get started breaking it down. Raster Images Whenever you save pictures you find or purchase online, you’ve probably noticed that the save type is usually a JPEG (JPG), PNG or GIF. These are all considered raster files. Raster files; also referred to as bitmaps, are constructed of a grid of pixels or points of colors to make…

    Gminski Stubbs/ Apex Virtual Solutions- 6 readers -