How can you change how pictures load on webpages? (e.g. lower resolution)

how can I change the way an image loads on a web page? I presume using javascript to do this. I'm looking for a way to have the picture load at a lower resolution and then get "sharper". As appose to loading downward, if that makes sense. Facebook does this with their "theater" picture pop-up window.

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This is actually due to the way that the image is encoded, namely images that are interlaced will have this effect.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interlacing_(bitmaps)

Check to see if your image editing utility has this feature, applications such as photoshop definitely will but something as simple as paint won't.


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