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Progressive JPEGs start to show on pages faster, from low quality and eventually getting their 100% ... #1338

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Fyrd opened this Issue May 12, 2015 · 5 comments

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Fyrd commented May 12, 2015

Pregressive JPEGs start to show on pages faster, from low quality and eventually getting their 100% quality

Support differs in <img> and background-image. Some support info: http://calendar.perfplanet.com/2012/progressive-jpegs-a-new-best-practice/


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Typo in the title though, should be "progressive" :)

Another link: http://blog.patrickmeenan.com/2013/06/progressive-jpegs-ftw.html

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Schweinepriester commented Nov 23, 2015

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Typo in the title though, should be "progressive" :)

Another link: http://blog.patrickmeenan.com/2013/06/progressive-jpegs-ftw.html

@Fyrd Fyrd changed the title from Pregressive JPEGs start to show on pages faster, from low quality and eventually getting their 100% ... to Progressive JPEGs start to show on pages faster, from low quality and eventually getting their 100% ... Dec 21, 2015

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Though Safari now renders PJPEG as of 8.x (tested myself on my iOS 8.4.1 iPhone), I'd still like to see what browsers render in background (see OP).

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tomByrer commented Jan 9, 2016

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Though Safari now renders PJPEG as of 8.x (tested myself on my iOS 8.4.1 iPhone), I'd still like to see what browsers render in background (see OP).

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daletom Mar 27, 2018

+1 as well, closest think you can see is maybe the wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_layout_engines_%28graphics%29#JPEG_support
pjpg will work in almost every except a few IE browsers (it will still load, just not progressive)

daletom commented Mar 27, 2018

+1 as well, closest think you can see is maybe the wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_layout_engines_%28graphics%29#JPEG_support
pjpg will work in almost every except a few IE browsers (it will still load, just not progressive)

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