Hello. The internet connection I have here is far from state of the art, not do I have a particularly powerful computer. I imagine there are many contributors to BYC in a similar position. There are a number of things that posters can do to help those with older computer hardware and not state of the art internet connections to make viewing the site a less frustrating business. Large high definition pictures of MegaByte size take a long time to load. Most operating system provide a conversion tool in their media packages that will convet a png image for example to a jpeg image with a much reduced file size and no apparent reduction in quality when view on the forum pages. Animated Gifs may be fun, but they to make demands on the bandwidth and processor. Large bold type may seem a great idea to make your point but is it really necessary? Even a reduction of permitted picture file size to would help. Anyway, I wondered if the staff at BYC might consider a posting guidelines for considerate posters illustrating how to resize pictures for example and in general how to post so the site rund more smoothly for those of us with poor internet and older hardware.