Mozilla has at long last followed up on its 2016 arrangement of supporting Google's WebP picture design on its program Firefox, by reporting that Firefox 65 is good to go to at last help the picture organize which brags of the accompanying characteristics: "WebP lossless pictures are 26% littler in size contrasted with PNGs. WebP lossy pictures are 25-34% littler than equivalent JPEG pictures."
Without this help, Firefox clients needed to utilize up to this point see pictures in customary picture designs like PNG or JPEG, which thus confines the web servers' capacity to make pictures accessible in WebP organize on Firefox; a capacity empowered as of now on Chrome and Chromium-based programs, for example, Opera or Vivaldi.
The help has just been empowered on the front line improvement channel, the Nightly form of Firefox 65; the engineer's bug report design for which was until now stamped 'missing', and has now been refreshed to peruse 'settled'. Daily clients, be that as it may, in any case need to empower the component physically by experiencing the accompanying strides, since it is incapacitated in the default condition:
Load about: config in the Firefox address bar.
Affirm that you will be cautious.
Scan for the inclination image.webp.enabled.
Double tap on the decision to set it to 'Genuine'
Scan for the inclination 'image.http.accept'.
Double tap this
Change its incentive to 'picture/webp,*/*'
The client may need to restart the program.