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GeneralRumple Featherweight [modified] Pinmemberdusty_dex26-Feb-13 15:13 
NewsThe "We accept pull requests" Addiction PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 11:08 
NewsDevelopers Guide to Images PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 11:08 
GeneralRe: Developers Guide to Images PinmemberDan Neely27-Feb-13 4:06 
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Progressive means that the JPG is downloaded in chunks and after only a little of the image has downloaded it will be displayed full size, but blurry. As more of the file is download the image will rerender with a higher degree of clarity. Without progressive JPGs need to completely download before displaying, leaving a glaring open space on your page. Having something there, even if it is a chunky and blurry version, is a better experience. I always use progressive and it generally doesn’t impact files ize much, but keep an eye on the file size in case.

 
Bleck! Maybe for navigation images a chunky version might be beneficial, but even on a slow connection those still load rapidly. 99% of the time when I notice a progressive JPG my only reaction is to snarl about the serious of bletcherous low quality versions wasting some of the servers pathetically low bandwidth and making me wait even longer for the only version I want to see to actually load.
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NewsWhat LG’s acquisition of webOS means for its open source projects PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 10:19 
NewsIE10 for Windows 7 Globally Available for Consumers and Businesses PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 10:19 
NewsChromebook Pixel review: another impractical marvel from Google PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 10:18 
NewsPenny Arcade Reviews The MS Surface Pro PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 10:18 
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NewsMicrosoft's own code should prevent an Azure SSL fail: So what went wrong? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Feb-13 10:17 

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