This feature enhances webpage performance by replacing YouTube iframe embeds with clickable preview images. Videos load and play only when users click the preview, ensuring faster page loads and reduced bandwidth usage. Enable “Replace Youtube videos by thumbnail.” option that is located under the Lazy Load settings. Once you enabled this feature, you don’t need […]
You can easily skip lazy-load for specific images like this: By default, images assigned to the “lazy” class are not lazy-loaded. As an alternative, you can assign your images to this class. If your goal is to skip lazy-loading only for images above the fold, you can configure the number of images to skip in […]
When a browser renders a web page, it initially loads the HTML and then pauses to download the images. If the dimensions for the images are specified, browsers can allocate the necessary space for those images on the page. If the dimensions for an image aren’t predetermined, then the browser will adjust the existing content […]
Image optimization is a premium feature that allows optimizing your images instantly without using your server resources. When this feature is enabled, the original image addresses will be replaced with our image optimization service (img.poweredcache.net). This service will perform on-the-fly image optimization, resizing, and conversion to AVIF or WebP formats, depending on what the client’s […]
WordPress loads “wp-emoji-release.min.js” by default on every page, you can simply remove emoji scripts to reduce HTTP requests and stop being loading emoji scripts. It won’t remove emojis.
Disables embedding posts from WordPress-based websites (including self embeds) which converts URLs into heavy iframes. Disabling embedding feature also removes wp-embed.min.js file.
It’s quite straightforward to disable lazyload for a particular post. You just need to check the “Skip lazy loading for this post” option on the post editing screen. Block Editor: Classic Editor:
Lazy loading is a strategy to identify resources as non-blocking and load these only when needed. It’s a way to shorten the length of the critical rendering path, which translates into reduced page load times. You can fix “defer offscreen images” problems by using lazy load. WordPress core supports native lazyloading since version 5.5+ How […]