I wanted to do an interesting website I am using on a regular basis. I usually use safari as my browser, but also have Google Crome due to safari’s many limitations. After taking the screenshot I opened up Google Crome and disabled all the images. This website was almost completely unaffected. The banner was missing, along with all our profile pictures but the website was still completely usable! Most of the images on this page are used for individuality and don’t have a lot of practical use, which is great if you browse the Internet without images!
I then took a closer look at the images on the page. I used the toolbar I downloaded and found 44 images on the homepage. Most of them are profile pictures of the members and are the small size of 400×400. There were also Patreon logos and hyperlinks to the Goggle Play Store and the Apple App Store. My tool bar didn’t have the option to view the document outline, so I couldn’t get the total size. Also when I control click it doesn’t give me more then 5 options, and none are helpful. I have no idea how much space these images use, but I assume it isn’t much because most of them are small profile pictures.
Aside from the technical issues that I will see if I can fix this week, I did learn about the kinds of images on websites. I actually had no idea that there were only three. I was under the impression that Gifs only moved too.