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  • Why should you use a lazy loading plugin?

    Posted by H-educate on October 1, 2022 at 8:47 am

    In general, lazy loading needs some programming skills. However, if you don’t have them, you can still use a lazy loading plugin to customize your lazy loading images and videos and make them load faster. After all, letting your visitors wait for your media to load is the shortest way to lose them. You definitely hate this.

    Best 5 lazy loading WordPress plugin

    There are a lot of lazy loading WordPress plugins, but these 5 are the best ones for WordPress. let’s look at them:

    1. a3 Lazy Load

    If your website has a lot of media, you have to use a3 Lazy Load. It is the best tool to make your images, as well as videos, load faster. What is special about this plugin is you can add some animation effects to display till your images do load.

    It is user-friendly, works on mobile, and is compatible with many other plugins like the WooCommerce plugin.

    2. Smush

    Most users admit that Smush is the best tool to pack everything you have and prevent images from slowing the performance of your pages. It resizes, compresses and lazy loads your media. For WordPress, it is a leading image optimization plugin and the lazy loading feature exists in the free version.

    Activate lazy loading in Smush and let it do the whole work. It is mobile friendly and compatible with other popular plugins.

    3. Image optimization & Lazy Load by Optimole

    Image optimization & Lazy Load is a free feature in the Optimole plugin. Install and activate it to target your images and boost the performance of your website. In addition to resizing and compressing your images, this tool acts as an integrated CDN to make your images load faster.

    4. Lazy Load by WP Rocket

    This lazy load plugin was developed by the same developers of the WP Rocket caching plugin. However, it works for free to show the images, thumbnails, avatars, iframes, etc… to the users only when they are just above the fold. This will help in speeding up your site.

    5. Lazy Loader

    Names are so similar, but try to differentiate between them. This plugin defers the loading of images, iframes, scripts, page styling, videos, background images, and audio content to make your website load faster.

    You are free to enable or disable the role of lazy loading on certain pages or add a spinner animation to loading content.

    Whatever tool you choose, make sure that it does the lazy loading properly to make your media load faster and improve the performance of your website.

    H-educate replied 1 year, 1 month ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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