Lazy Load Images To Improve Page Speed (Defer Offscreen Images)



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Plugin in the repository: https://wordpress.org/plugins/rocket-lazy-load/

**Warning** Lazy load plugins can cause problems with parallax images.

To lazy load images means that images are loaded only as they are needed.

On a non-lazy load page, all the images on the page are loaded when the page loads. Even the images that can’t be seen unless the visitor scrolls down.

Lazy loaded images are loaded as the user scrolls down.

Since images are often one of the biggest drags on load speed, this technique can be a quick site speed win for many websites.

The added benefit is that there is almost no setup when you use the plugin I show you in this tutorial.

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