I have a question regarding the instagram widget (Enfold Theme) I use on my page.
GTmetrix is giving me some recommendations, but I’m unable to optimize. Its about the size of the images. Please see:
The following images are resized in HTML or CSS. Serving scaled images could save 278.5KiB (95% reduction).
https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/c238.0.603.603/17662511_1650203518621249_4052433288818589696_n.jpg is resized in HTML or CSS from 603×603 to 60×60. Serving a scaled image could save 128.0KiB (99% reduction).
I have this for all 12 images (thumbnails) displayed in the footer. Is there a way to manually change the size of the images to avoid unnecessary loading time?
Many thanks and best regards,
Sorry for the late reply!
Since images are being loaded from instagram, unfortunately that would not be easily possible
Instagram in the page of the preview of all the images display them with an intrinsic value of 320×320 pixels so it should be possible to reference at least these ones instead of the full-size ones that have a 600px width
Please see https://imgur.com/a/7cNtpzB
Sorry Darneson for the intrusion
We recommend users who would like to have more control over their Instagram feed to use this plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/instagram-feed/. We have already implemented it free and pro versions in Enfold and it will be available starting from upcoming update :)
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