Page Weight 2.0

Find and fix heavy images on your website

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Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
Super useful. Here is the report for Product Hunt: Glasshole Kitty needs to lose some weight. (we already use imgix for the rest of our images)
Filippo Mursia
Filippo Mursia@mrdobelina · Digital PM @ Gabriela Hearst
Mmm is not working? I keep getting an error after a while is loading a submitted link
JesperBylund@jesperbylund · Founder,
Hmm, never stopped loading for me.
Patrick Wills
Patrick Wills@paddy · Founder, Earlymarket LLP
Yup same here
Ganesh Venkatesh
Ganesh VenkateshHunterHiring@ganeshvenkatesh · Marketing
@mrdobelina @jesperbylund @paddy Sorry about that! The job requests exceeded our expectations. It's back to normalcy if you'd like to try again
Jevin Sew
Jevin Sew@jevinsew · Rails / iOS developer
I just love that gif!
Dominik Heyberg
Dominik Heyberg@domheyberg · UX Lead @ Google
Great tool considering images often dramatically impact page speed. The only thing I am not convinced about is the 'Fit to container' element. There are a few situations where a slightly larger image is used to handle multiple cases, e.g. latest blog post has larger thumbnail than older post thumbnails but they use the same resource. I think it would be great to have two options of the optimised image, 'Fit to Container' and 'Keep Original Dimensions'.