First, quick note: your site took a long time to load due to loading two MASSIVE images. One is 3.5mb and the other is 2mb. The images were being resized down to 200px wide, but I still have to download the entire image – super important to fix that.
My client is constantly uploading large size images to her site, no matter how many times I tell her to resize the images before uploading, she doesn’t do it. Is there a way to handle that after upload to reduce the file size??
I think I have those errors fixed that you pointed out as well.
You really need to make your customer understand that she’ll be damaging her own business/website by including such huge images and excluding large parts of her audience if she insists on uploading huge images. Not everyone has fast connectivity and she’ll be effectively exclude those visitors that have slow connections.
Sometimes you just have to be super strict and she’ll understand.
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