You need to edit the image dimensions first and then use Tinypng to optimize the final image. Tinypng does not resize image dimensions it optimizes image file size.
But this point in GTMetrix results http://prntscr.com/oe0bzz means that you are using large images that are scaled to a smaller box.
Does that mean I have to resize every image one by one?
How about the others? Like “Combine images using CSS sprites” and “Serve scaled images” ?
Actually, is TinyPNG better or Smush better?
I prefer TinyPNG, but you can try both and select the better one.
ok, thank you
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