This feature empowers website owners to automatically adjust image quality when a slower network is detected, providing seamless browsing experiences for visitors regardless of their internet speed.
| Enable the Feature
|| User Site and Image Impact
| Related Settings
|| Use Cases
| Benefits and Trade-offs
| Useful Resources
🔌 Enable the Feature
To enable this feature, navigate to WP Dashboard > Optimole.
Open the Settings tab.
Expand the Advanced accordion and open the Compression panel.
Use the toggle to enable the Network-based Optimizations feature.
🚀 User Site and Image Impact
When you turn on Network-based optimizations in Optimole, it lowers the image quality in a way that you can't really notice, but it significantly shrinks the file size. This makes your website load much faster without making it look any different. So, your visitors still get a great experience, even if they have a slow internet connection.
One important thing to note is that this feature is applied for lazy-loaded images, and it impacts the image size and quality according to the network connection.
🔄 Benefits and Trade-offs
- Adaptability to network speed - Optimole's network-based optimizations intelligently respond to network speeds.
- Global accessibility - websites load quickly, even on slower networks, ensuring that users in diverse geographical locations have equal access to your content.
- Context-specific considerations - certain websites, such as photography portfolios or image-centric platforms, rely heavily on high-quality visuals.
🧩 Use Cases
- News websites in low-connectivity zones - punctual access to news and information is critical, especially in areas with discontinuous internet connectivity.
- Educational Portals in Developing Regions - educational platforms and e-learning websites play a key role in regions with limited internet infrastructure.
- Tourism and travel platforms - travel websites rely on visually appealing images and multimedia content to attract visitors.
⚙️ Related Settings
You may find useful these guides:
- Website Speed Optimization: How to Do It in 2023 #Step-by-Step
- Best CDN for WordPress: 5 Content Delivery Networks Compared
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