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Thread: Why is this image degraded?

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    Why is this image degraded?

    Hi all, I have created the following simple web page on iWeb however I then replaced the compressed iWeb version of the image on the FTP site with a high-resolution version. My expectation was that the higher resolution version of the image would be served to the visitor. In fact what is happening is I'm seeing the hi-res version of the image compressed and degraded downward. Is there something I'm missing in the HTML that is causing the image degradation? If you simply open the source image in a new tab you'll see how it should look compared to how it does look. Here's the site:

    www.the-simpson.tv/a500

    Thanks!

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    Other than being scaled, it looks fine to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    Other than being scaled, it looks fine to me
    If you zoom into the icon text on the screen, do you see that it has a sort of blur applied to it (at least on Chrome for Android)?

    It seems that the sharp image loads, then a blur filter gets applied after a second.

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    Looks fine to me.
    Might be a browser plugin causing the issue.
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    That sounds like a smoothing effect being applied by the browser to me. I doubt that has anything to do with the image or iweb at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piccosoft View Post
    Image degradation is said to occur when acertain image under goes loss of storedinformation either due to digitization orconversion (i.e algortithmic operations),decreasing visiual quality.
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    I've solved it by increasing the displayed image size to match the actual JPEG size.


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