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    Exclamation Optimize Images for online shopping website

    We need a tool to optimize product images to be displayed on online shopping website, through PHP or Jscript, which do not want root access of our LINUX server.

    Please help.

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    What have you tried already? Have you searched via Google?

    Your question is somewhat confusing - are you looking for a standalone tool/software or a script that runs server-side?

    We need a tool to optimize product images
    Try a search for "image optimizer tool" and test a few out.

    through PHP or Jscript
    Try a search for "image optimizing script" and again, test a few out.

    If you have a specific question after doing research, feel free to post again.
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    Yes we are looking for a server side tool for linux server, in which we do not need to install anything on the server.

    Am API or JavaScript will do for us.

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    Surely that's a contradiction in terms - if you want a server-side tool, you will need to install *something* on the server.

    I do not know what "Am API" is but you will not be able to optimize images with JavaScript alone as it runs in the clients web browser.

    I'm still non the wiser to what you want;

    Again,

    - For a standalone tool to optimize images, try a search for "image optimizer tool"

    - For a server-side script to optimize images (PHP?) try a search for "image optimizing script"
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    It doesn't really matter what server software you're running because you can optimise images before you upload them

    There's an image optimisation tool here on DD http://tools.dynamicdrive.com/imageoptimizer/ and for batch conversions, try Shrink O Matic http://toki-woki.net/p/Shrink-O-Matic/ A quality setting of 60% is usually a happy trade off between size and quality.

    Also make sure you're using the right image format;
    png-8 images are best reserved for simple logos, diagrams and 1-bit transparency, while png-24/32 are best suited to images that require alpha-transparency (overlays, custom fade effects).
    Jpeg/jpg is the most appropriate format for intricate images with millions of colours (photos)
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    As this is both a somewhat vague request and an older thread, I'm closing it. If you want more information about it, please start a new thread.
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