When you display an image on a blog or webpage, should it have a high resolution for large desktop views or are you better of with a small resolution for on mobile devices? What is the impact of the image size on #SEO? Loading a large image and then down scaling it on smaller devices is not good and will impact your page speed and #SEO ranking negatively. What is the best solution here? What is the best average image size to use that will suit all situations? What is the deal about Google's WebP Image format? Why is it so powerfull for your #SEO?
I've got my fingers crossed this plugin improves my image responsiveness and I'm looking forward to when my hosting company moves me across to the new server that supports WebP - when they do I'm now ready!
I'm sure it will and when you have configured to 'covert images to webp format' in the ochResponsiveImages plugin it will automatically start doing just that when your hosting provider supports the PHP GD library with WebP support build in it.
And as a tip:
Lower the minimum image size that should be handled in ochresponsiveimages, to 200 so it will also handle the ones on your front page.