Pixels correspond to the space that the Morocco Phone Number photo gets on this site and is therefore displayed at 100%. The advantage is that this photo is only 138 kB instead of the above version which is 485 kB. Example of a smaller Morocco Phone Number photo Reducing photos for your website Have you received a photo from your colleague, photographer or customer that you would like to put online? Then see how many pixels that photo has and how much space that photo gets on your site. Photos are Morocco Phone Number quickly a few MBs. Those photos are therefore not immediately suitable for placing on your site. Photos of a few MBs are way too large, both in pixel size and weight.
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