When PS converts your project to HTML and creates the image files, your pictures are resized and resaved as “imgxxxx” files. PS’s JPG compression, while it reduces the file size to speed up download time, also reduces the quality. To get around this, you need to identify the imgxxxx.jpg file that was created and REPLACE it with your original photo file (actually, a copy of it, saved as imgxxx.jpg). That way, you are using your original higher quality file and not the lower quality file generated in PS’s “publishing”.
If you altered your photo in PS ie. cropped it, then a simple swap will not work because the two photos are no longer of the same thing.
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