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Note: Archived Content

This is the archived version of the Zoompf blog. Since our acquisition by Rigor, all our new research and posts on web performance are being published on The Rigor Blog

Ridiculously Easy: Use WP-Smush.it to Speed Up Your WordPress Web Performance

For quite some time here at Zoompf we’ve been trumpeting the benefits of image optimization for speeding up your website. It stands to reason that the majority of content on a typical website is images, and the data proves it: as of Feb 2015 the HTTP Archive reported the average web page is 64% images: […]

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Lose The Wait: Optimizing GIF Images

Our Lose the Wait series is all about improving the performance of your web applications. As we have mentioned, a great way to lose the wait is to lose the weight, as in the weight of your page content. In our last post, we talked about using HTTP compression to reduce the size of the […]

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Choosing PNG8 Candidate Images

Have you heard about PNG8 yet? No? Well, PNG8 is a PNG image that is used an indexed palette of 256 colors instead of a true color PNG which can support several million different colors. There has already been a number of excellent articles and blog posts written about PNG8. These articles have discussed things […]

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