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Community Beginner ,
Sep 20, 2018

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hello,

I need help regarding html file conversion, whenever i convert file into html file, same images of all breakpoints gets converted and site becomes heavy. Is there any way that only image can be converted. I've attached screenshot of the file, its very annoying. Please help.

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bug when converted into html file

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hello,

I need help regarding html file conversion, whenever i convert file into html file, same images of all breakpoints gets converted and site becomes heavy. Is there any way that only image can be converted. I've attached screenshot of the file, its very annoying. Please help.

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LEGEND ,
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This is not a bug!

Muse optimises images breakpoint-wise. Not the number of images in your „images“ directory, but the size, which corresponds to your breakpoints and devices. Or do you want, that a heavy HiDpi desktop image has to be loaded, if someone visits your site on a small smart phone device?

So, in short: Your site doesn’t become "heavy“, it becomes light.

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But is there any way to avoid it?

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LEGEND ,
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No, not really. And be lucky about that! Or do you want the visitors of your site to leave it due to enormous loading times?

But there is sort of a way to reduce the number(!) of exported images:

Don‘t use breakpoints and/or don’t place images, but fill rectangles with them. Then, only one image will be exported. But this will logically be connected to layout and SEO restrictions and — of course — extended page load times.

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