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Thread: CSS Loading

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    Member glennthrower's Avatar
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    Hey everyone

    Can somebody tell me how can i get CSS to load quickly on my page becasue i have alot of it on the page and it takes ages to load up fully.

    Cheers

    Glenn:rambo:

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    how big is the css file? i would think that unless the css is massve that it may be the javascript or images that maybe slow the loading down.

    got a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karloff
    how big is the css file? i would think that unless the css is massve that it may be the javascript or images that maybe slow the loading down.

    got a link?
    Ye, i reckon its the images then, becasue that is what is taking the time, site is MCR-Online.net

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    didn't seem that slow to me here, and in my work (where i'm currently looking at it from) the internet is REALLY slow.

    prob images if anything. make sure there are no errors or warnings in your code as that would slow down the loading:thumbsup:

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    ok cheers, ill change the images to a near colour

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    You have large images, but are shrinking them by simply changing the
    image size in your HTML. Even though you do that, the browser still needs
    to load the full-size image, and it takes a long time.

    You need to shrink them with a photo editor and upload them in the size that you
    want them to appear ... making them smaller before they are displayed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim
    You have large images, but are shrinking them by simply changing the
    image size in your HTML. Even though you do that, the browser still needs
    to load the full-size image, and it takes a long time.

    You need to shrink them with a photo editor and upload them in the size that you
    want them to appear ... making them smaller before they are displayed.
    Thats great, cheers, the sit loads up quiker now, cheers


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