Image Optimization

3 Exclusive Easy Ways to Defer Offscreen Images and Videos to Load Pages Faster

Offscreen images or videos are the ones that are positioned outside of the user's screen and hence can be loaded with a suitable delay. This technique is called "lazy" or "defer" loading

3 Popular ways of compressing images for the modern Web

According to a report, of all the web page traffic, 65% of bandwidth is consumed by images during a load of a typical web page. This makes us realize how important it is to optimize the image size while maintaining its quality. Let’s see what choices we have to serve these images and photos. One […]

How to Fix Efficiently Encode Images Warning

“Efficiently Encode Images” is one of the most common warnings triggered by Google PageSpeed Insights when you audit your website’s performance. Efficiently Encode Images warning indicates your images need to be optimized better. Let’s explain the meaning of the Efficiently Encode Images warning in detail and the importance of optimized images on your WordPress website. […]

RabbitLoader vs Imagify: A Comparison of WordPress Plugins for Optimizing Image Loading

When it comes to optimizing your WordPress website’s loading speed, there are several plugins available to help you do so. Two of the most popular options are RabbitLoader and Imagify, both of which focus on optimizing images to reduce page loading times. But which plugin is right for you? In this article, we’ll take a […]

Serve Images In Next-Gen Formats: How To Fix the Google PSI Warning?

Serve images in Next-Gen Formats, one of the most common Google PageSpeed Insights warnings you might come across while auditing your website’s performance. Google recommends you to serve the images on your website in WebP & AVIF reduce the page size without losing image quality. Let’s understand the meaning of the Google PSI warning and […]