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slow site

Below is a website I built in dreamweaver.

http://capitalphotoimaging.com/Glassware/samplepic2.html

My problem is that the pictures seem to load up slower than it suppose to.
I decreased the weight of each picture in photoshop but it seems to be slow
still. I don't know if it is because there is too much pics on the website or not.
It is suppose to be fast like this website:

http://www.morganrockhill.com/Product/ProductPort.html

Please help me. Any ideas.

Thanks in advance.

Mike
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Saqib KhanSenior DeveloperCommented:
its load Quite faster on a Cable Connection.

The Thing I noticed is other website preLoads images when you click on the thumbnails, while in your case you are not preloading them. Plus the Size of image that shows up in frame is quiter bigger compared to other site.
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mrwebdevCommented:
I would have to say it's your hosting provider, I saved your page here for testing services and look how much faster it loads!

http://www.fanagle.com/ee/Glassware/

Thanks, Hope this helps!
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EsopoCommented:
I didn't see much of a difference in any of the 3 links. Maybe is the time of the day. All the links took about 3-5 secs to fully load once the page was displayed. Can you explain the behaviour you get and the one you want a bit better?
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IsaacSharePoint Client Side DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Hey guys,

What I meant is that each time I click on each image that I want to see larger it loads up slow.  (image in the middle)
http://capitalphotoimaging.com/Glassware/samplepic2.html

But on the other website

http://www.morganrockhill.com/Product/ProductPort.html

When you click on each image you want to see larger it loads up quickly in the middle.

Any suggestions.
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EsopoCommented:
Oh.. I see. Yeap, it is not in your page. I would have to speculate about the reason but usually there is nothing you can do about it (since it is related to the geographic position of the server, the bandwith, the software they are using, the config, or a combination of them all). Do you (or your company / client) have direct access to the server? I don't think there is any solution besides playing with the server's config or getting a new one.
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EsopoCommented:
Hey, Issac, how come a B?
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mrwebdevCommented:
Looks like I answered this one first! - Look Up

 Comment from mrwebdev
Date: 11/09/2004 11:10AM CST
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I would have to say it's your hosting provider, I saved your page here for testing services and look how much faster it loads!

http://www.fanagle.com/ee/Glassware/

Thanks, Hope this helps!
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EsopoCommented:
I am in favor of a split.
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mrwebdevCommented:
It's all good!

Glad he got it resolved!

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