Smaller Title Pics means Faster Page Load Time.

Dallas, Texas
June 9, 2016 8:37am CST
I would argue that for most mobile users, opening an article that contains a large bitmap or pgn image file will take much longer to load than either a title with no image at all or perhaps a much smaller sized image for it's title. It's become apparent to me that page load time, if it exceeds a certain band width, can actually freeze up your browser and make it non responsive. That said, it is my view that if we use small jaypegs instead of medium or large ones, that can cut the page load time in half and help with the ads loading and getting paid better and having an overall better time at reading other people's discussions. What do you think about this idea?
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@Marcyaz (35589)
• United States
9 Jun 16
It sounds reasonable to me the smaller the better loading time.
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• Dallas, Texas
9 Jun 16
When you get too much stuff on one page, buffer overrun can freeze up your browser and make it impossible to navigate.