I was writing a new post on my photo blog when I discovered that my images look like trash once I open the preview in another window. That’s when I discovered
And I see that Ghost doesn’t have any codepaths to use other-than-default compression/quality right now:
I don’t want my images to look like trash (and I also don’t want to force my readers to download PNGs instead of a more reasonable format). So what kind of API would need to exist in order for Ghost to provide some configurability here? Just “default” / “better” / “best”? Something else? Would there be a desire to support even more aggressive compression than the default?
Any news? @John the compression/quality feature is not in the documentation because it has not been implemented yet.
The default quality for JPEG files is 80% which is way too low for me. It has been a while now and I don’t see any other possibility than uploading png files images in order to preserve the image quality…