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- define height and width attributes on all your images,
- streamline your HTML code with a tool like Dr. Watson,
- don’t nest tables,
- employ CSS for layout (instead of tables!), and
- compress images with a tool like Image Compressor.
Roderick Coleman says
good article, but should of gave good examples of good image compression programs. I perfer ones from www.optimizehosting.com, xat.com, and netmechanic. all are good. Webmasters think just because they have a high speed connection every one else does also.
compress images always to 80%?