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Preparing Images And Resolution For The Web

Posted on in Reports and Guides

We know that resolution on the web is a vast and often confusing topic and some people are struggling to upload the images with correct resolution to their websites.  The fact is uploading an image to the site with incorrect resolution may exceeds the pixels screen resolution and it is an unnecessary waste of resources such as web space and bandwidth. As a result, your website will take more time to download, performing poorly and at the same time, it may put off your web visitors.

Every image you put on a web needs to be optimized.  What does it mean? Well, it means to upload an image with correct screen resolution without wasting any resources which is usually 96 or 72 DPI because that is the resolution of most computer monitors.  Firstly, specify the pixel dimensions of your image and make sure that the image is dpi 72 DPI (as recommended).

We recommend using an image editing softwares like Adobe Photoshop or CorelDraw but we do not expect our clients to pay a high end prices to optimize images for the web.
There is an online image editor tools from third-party site which you can use for your convenient - it will help you to reduce unnecessary pixel dimensions of your images before uploading them to your website. Click here to launch the image editor tools. (When you save the image you can set the image quality as 70 or 80 without compromising its quality, this will help to optimize the image for the web).

Alternatively, you may download a software called 'Paint.NET' from http://www.getpaint.net/ and install it on your PC'. Paint.NET' is FREE image and photo editing software for computers that run in Windows. It features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools - highly recommended.

Background information - What is Resolution?

As it is used in desktop publishing, resolution refers to the dots of ink or electronic pixels that make up a picture whether it is printed on paper or displayed on-screen. The term DPI (dots per inch) is probably a familiar term if you've bought or used a printer, a scanner, or a digital camera. DPI is one measure of resolution.

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