My google page insights are low and I am not experienced enough to find the issues, can someone help?
you are using often high-resolution images with 3000x5000px. This is makes your page slow.
I thought webflow automatically resizes the images
Is there any way to resize them all like download all and then upload all?
No auto tool (yet) on webflow (to resize/compress images). Fix only manually.
Webflow resize on small breakpoints (and only images not background images). You should resize images + compress (try tinyjpeg tool).
Read her under “images” section:
A bit odd that while Webflow creates several images for responsiveness with another service. They suggest using Imgix directly on the post, and that’s a bit of an eye-opener.
As a paying CMS user, I would much more appreciate having Webflow add Imgix themselves inside their app. For the following reasons:
- Implementing Imgix is not simple
- Adding Imgix to a Webflow site takes time ( you have to add the Imgix URL to each post)
- Paying for the CMS and Webflow hosting is supposed to offer a CDN and image responsiveness
@webdev has suggested using Imgix before and has implemented it
Overall, for page speed, which is a critical SEO factor, without having the best-case image service on Webflow and having to pay for another service seems a bit like buying a hotdog and not being given a bun.