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Optimise images (49 KB reduction) #736

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imageoptimiser commented Dec 24, 2012

Hi, hotsh.

I've taken the liberty of putting rstat.us's image assets though a range of optimisation tools. Image optimisation allows us to reduce the footprint of images - meaning faster load times at no cost to image quality. It does this by finding the best (lossless) compression parameters, stripping embedded comments, and removing unnecessary colour profiles. See more.

I found 20 optimisable images, making a 49 KB reduction in size. That's about 23.19% of your total image assets.

Merry Christmas.

NameReduction
404.jpg23.68%
503.png12.33%
avatar.png33.97%
css3buttons_backgrounds.png33.94%
css3buttons_icons.png37.81%
logo-sm.png25.22%
logo.png38.58%
nav-background.png86.01%
trash.png84.94%
f_logo.png42.37%
feed-icon-16x16.png63.99%
icons_sprite.png27.21%
identica.png30.01%
apple-touch-icon.png68.67%
apple-touch-icon_114.png79.78%
apple-touch-icon_72.png70.86%
slide1.png28.23%
slide2.png15.27%
slide3.png51.38%
twitter_newbird_blue.png56.75%

Tools used: advpng, gifsicle, jpegoptim, jpegrescan, jpegtran, optipng, pngcrush, pngout. This is an automated bot maintained by @skattyadz

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colindean commented Dec 24, 2012

A quick visual comparison on the commit shows a quality result. Thanks!

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carols10cents commented Dec 27, 2012

Thank you @imageoptimiser and @skattyadz!!! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

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@carols10cents carols10cents Merge pull request #736 from imageoptimiser/optimised-images
Optimise images (49 KB reduction)
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@carols10cents carols10cents merged commit 767878c into hotsh:master Dec 27, 2012

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