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Using WebP Images

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A version of this article was first posted on Jeremy's blog. It was Jeremy's idea to repost here to spread the good word about WebP and the performance benefits. Something he knows about as an author of an (upcoming) web perf book. We've all been ther...

What You Need To Know About WebP

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WebP, introduced by Google, is an image format meant for the internet. While this format has been around for half a decade and is now five years old, it has not risen to instant fame and is yet to gain universal acceptance. That said, WebP does have a ...

Guide To Using WebP Images Today: A Case Study

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  They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But online, a picture can be worth a thousand kilobytes or more! HTTP Archive shows that images make up 64% of a web page’s total size on average. Given this, image optimization is key, especi...