Here is a question: is it possible to somehow zoom the image before it is loaded? After all, as a rule, at first it is loaded into the browser cache, and only then scaling is applied to it. Moreover, the image is scaled only visually, but in reality it will be real in the cache of the browser and upon initial uploading to the web page! Can this be somehow prevented? Is it possible to resize images on the fly, substituting them for real ones? Perhaps this may be nonsense, but in this case, please clarify ...
The fact is that when loading onto a page, say images 1024x968 and more, everything starts to slow down (it is clear that when scrolling, with every dynamic effect, everything is redrawn again), but I would like to turn this image into smaller size and only then load it ... is this even possible?