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Hey, I just got a message from a client ( a photographer) "....I thought was odd because I limited EVERY file to less tham 740kb at 3000px..This file was showing as 2500px and was saying it was 1.5mb So then I recompressed it and made it 2500px sent it through tiny JPG and got it to 442kb..I uploaded it to Squarespace and now its showing as 666kb…SO squarespace in resizing my images has made them ALL larger which is making the site fail speed test which is certainly going to effect my performance. " That sounded strange so I ran another test myself (screenshot attached) 1) example File I received 2500x2500 with 1.5MB and after compression 442KB 2) Double-checking the compression on tinyjpg.com and Photoshop Webexport 3) I uploaded the file to Squarespace and right-click downloaded it agin and the file was 666kb Seeme the difference can be even bigger. I'm very concerned. thanks for yor help. PS: What do you think @paul2009 or @tuanphan I know Google Page Speed and Squarespace are not best friends but what't the best pratice here?
Site URL: https://www.seeturtles.org/ I manage a few squarespace sites but am not a developer/coder. I'm working on improving the sites' SEO and page speed, using the Google Search Console. Under the tool's "PageSpeed Insights", I've optimized large photos to reduce loading time but the biggest remaining impediment appears to be third party code on the website from Squarespace (see screenshot). Is there extraneous code from Squarespace that I can remove without being an expert and not wreck my page? I've already removed Facebook pixel code as well as some Twitter code I had that I don't need.