I've had a surprise and seek an explanation for it.
I usually have my web page images as JPG. On my normal broadband connection the image quality is exactly as I see it on my PC.
But I've looked at the page with a mobile broadband connection on same PC and ... the images are grossly degraded!
I replaced with a PNG and the quality is now ok.
My question is, just curious, why and how and where does the JPG image get degraded and how (if) that can be prevented?
(my normal broadband is normal household connection, and my mobile is via a USB dongle from T-Mobile)
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