Wichtig: Neuste Version 0.0.1b

Veröffentlicht am: 31.03.2022

Hiermit Veröffentliche Version 0.0.1b Enthalten im Pakete sind: - Neues CMS nach MVC nachempfunden. - PHP, HTML Template mit Sprachsystem. - Neue Ordnerstruktur. - Performence und Sicherheitsoptimierungen.

Kurzmitteilung: test eintrag

Veröffentlicht am: 13.04.2017

How does it work? Excellent question! When you upload a PNG (Portable Network Graphics) file, similar colors in your image are combined. This technique is called “quantization”. By reducing the number of colors, 24-bit PNG files can be converted to much smaller 8-bit indexed color images. All unnecessary metadata is stripped too. The result: better PNG files with 100% support for transparency. Have your cake and eat it too! In the above image the file size is reduced by more than 70%. I have excellent eyesight but can’t spot the difference either! Use the optimized image to save bandwidth and loading time and your website visitors will thank you. Is it supported everywhere? Excellent question! The files produced by TinyPNG are displayed perfectly on all modern browsers including mobile devices. Still need to support Internet Explorer 6? It normally ignores PNG transparency and displays a solid background color. With TinyPNG the background becomes transparent again. Binary transparency without any workarounds! When will Chrome support animated PNG? Excellent question! Google will add animated PNG to Chrome in June 2017! For several years Firefox and Safari have been supporting APNG. It leaves only Microsoft Edge and you may like to vote for it on their developer site. Rest assured: APNG will get very popular soon! Apple added animated stickers to iMessage with the release of iOS 10. If you want to create and compress stickers under 500 KB take a look at the iMessage Panda sticker example on Github. What about Photoshop? Excellent question! Only Photoshop CC 2015 and 2017 can save images as indexed PNG files with alpha transparency. With other versions it is impossible and Photoshop CS5 cannot even display them properly. You can use Save for Web to export your images as 24-bit transparent PNG files and upload them to TinyPNG. We’ll convert them to tiny indexed PNG files. You can also install the TinyPNG Photoshop plugin. It allows you to scale, preview and save compressed PNG and JPEG images straight from Photoshop.