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    Posted: 28 November 2018 at 5:05pm
I am looking to set this up for my existing website, and basically have just the one question. I wish to have the same product jpgs on my moble version as used on my desktop. There seems to be a a 50k file size limit on picture uploads - this is incredibly small. Equally , how can I ensure that my jpgs successfully meet this limit. Is there a batch convert program of some sort.
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Hi,
Search on Google for a program called 'pixresizer' that's what we use.
The smaller you make the images (in filesize) the more chance there will be of a sale on a mobile.
Speed is incredibly important because many mobiles are on slow connections.

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Thanks for that info - I tried Pixresizer, but it was to hit and miss, requiring too many iterations to get the file size right. Its that pixel value (x,y) to file size thing that's the problem.
It also seem that my version of RC won't support a mobile shop front. Yet all the sales blurb says it should. Ah well thats the profit motive for you.
I am now looking at setting up a facebook shop.
Trouble here as well, as when I go to set it up through RC - I'm told that all pages I'm an admin of have the app installed already. Well blow me down, but so what - how do I proceed now? What app is this?
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