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Image loading taking more time

prabhukarruppus
Level 3
Level 3

[Moderator moved from Adobe Portfolio to Adobe Experience Manager.]

Hi All,

Whenever I load my site, the project banner images(first image) on the home page takes more time to load and display, which is quite frustrating.Same scenario happens on loading some other pages too.Is it any way to make the images to load quicker with in 2 seconds.

Im using jpg Image format and size is of about 200 Kb.

Kindly provide me a solution to overcome this issue.

Thanks in advance.

1 Accepted Solution
edubey
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

Not sure if you have read the linked article completely,

For a particular image, you define multiple tags. Each tag will have device width + image source url

When page load on a device, based on a device width browser will pick on correct url and load only that image

1399433_pastedImage_0.png

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9 Replies
Nancy_OShea
Level 2
Level 2

I keep all my cover images well below 100 kb to promote a faster loading page.   With multiple projects, the combined filesize can make a big difference.

Nancy_OShea
Level 2
Level 2

Also see this related discussion for tips on how to reduce image file size.

DPI/PPI of my images?

prabhukarruppus
Level 3
Level 3

Is there any other way to get fast response

Nancy_OShea
Level 2
Level 2

Run your site URL through Google PageSpeed Insights.

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/

Image optimization is the only thing we have direct control over.  The rest is maintained by Adobe Portfolio and thus out of our hands.

Nancy

prabhukarruppus
Level 3
Level 3

Hi,

Do any one having idea on writing servlet/service to pick up rendition image directly based on screen resolution.

Nancy_OShea
Level 2
Level 2

I think you are in the wrong forum.  Which Adobe product are you using?  I can branch and move this question the correct forum for you.

Nancy

edubey
Level 10
Level 10

If you can supply the image url in source tag for renditions,
HTML + Browser will do rest of the work for you

Refer: https://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/quick-tip-how-to-use-html5-picture-for-responsive-images--c...

prabhukarruppus
Level 3
Level 3

Hi ,

MY page contains nearly 10 image section, for each if  I use the <picture> load time of my page will be slow.

Is there any other resolution

edubey
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

Not sure if you have read the linked article completely,

For a particular image, you define multiple tags. Each tag will have device width + image source url

When page load on a device, based on a device width browser will pick on correct url and load only that image

1399433_pastedImage_0.png

View solution in original post