Looking at your railing project, try to reduce the file size of each image
for faster loading. Do a color reduction to 256 colors and you will have a
photo that loads twice as fast with no noticeable loss of image quality.
Sorry, I hadn't noticed the photo loading problem... I forget that not
everyone has broadband. If I have time, I'll fix the pics. The only reason
I got that much onto the net was because last night was my monthly insomnia
I'm always amazed at the number of commercial websites
that forget that fact.
DSL is still 15 miles down the "mountain" from here. Cable TV
arrived in the early 80's but broadband didn't arrive until this
Until I finish the new house our version of broadband is SWMBO
dialing up on the personal line and me dialing up on the business line.
The OP could certainly reduce the file size of the photos to a fraction
of their current size without losing any noticable detail or color depth.
That railing and stairs is beautiful, to bad my project isn't anywhere
Archangel - Jack of all trades, mastering some...
He doesn't need to reduce the number of colors to an unacceptable
level, he just needs to save the JPG with SOME compression.
I threw one of the 320x210 pics (233k) into photoshop, and saved it at
"65" level of compression (out of 100) that reduced it to 16k.
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