If it is not a setting to add the compression during upload, then
I would add a note to the top of the page explaining that AOL
users have to change the feature in their browser with a link to
an explanation how to do that. I would have them write to AOL
and say to not have that feature as a default or not at all. I
would image they are getting bombarded with support messages
because of it. You might also tell them there are other IS...
Uh, never mind, so we do not get a war going on here. ;-) I do
have a pretty funny AOL funny if you want me to send it to you.
Just write me in private eMail.
>My client recently upgraded(?) to AOL 6, and now the photos on his
>website look lousy. They look fine using several other ISPs. His
>website is highlinemotorcars.com
>AOL.com has a reference that says they compress graphics. They
>explain that AOL users can choose not to compress graphics. We
>changed the setting, and after clicking on "refresh" several times,
>the photos looked fine. Unfortunately, it is not realistic to
>instruct every AOL visitor to his site to change their settings.
>AOL says that JPEG files saved in a "progressive" format will not be
>compressed, and that is the format I have been using. We never had a
>problem until recently.
>Can anyone give me some clues on how to get around this problem?
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