Adding loading screen
# April 8, 2013 at 6:22 am
No. The client wants his photographs to look great, as they look on his reflex. This is totally understandable.
So he gives you large / HQ pictures (to you or an admin interface), they you (or the AI) have to compress / resize these pictures so they look great without overloading the page.
Did you set up a resizing / compressing system?
Then if once pictures are resized/compressed the page is still heavy, you should rely on AJAX loading instead of a loading screen.# April 8, 2013 at 7:05 am
firstly optimizing your images can help on speed and bandwith.
you can find even free programs which optimize images for web usage ,
then you will have to read about image asynchronous loading .
if the images are taking the whole page and the next one is revealed though scrolling maybe even infinite scroll would fit your needs(http://www.infinite-scroll.com/)# April 8, 2013 at 8:25 am
I agree with @hugogiraudel the server can do so much, Compressing a images should be every web developer priority, all you have to do on your CSS is work on your dimension give it a max-height and a max-width so when you displayed your image on the browser it wont stretch the image but fit the image appropriately.
here check out this link I found hopefully this may help.
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