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High performance and SEO friendly lazy loader for images, iframes and more. Many features, like low-res Blurhash placeholders and image fade-in You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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High performance and SEO friendly lazy loader for images, iframes and more. Many features, like low-res Blurhash placeholders and image fade-in
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The PHP code for this plugin was originally based on that of Lazy Load XT, with many changes since. The main difference is that this plugin is using a completely different lazy loading library (lazysizes), with no jQuery dependency. Additionally, this plugin is actively maintained and has advanced features like Blurhash support. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The PHP code for this plugin was originally based on that of Lazy Load XT, with many changes since. The main difference is that this plugin is using a completely different lazy loading library (lazysizes), with no jQuery dependency. Additionally, this plugin is actively maintained and has advanced features like Blurhash support.
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The advanced Blurhash reveal effect works by creating an additional image element positioned under the regular image. This gives the best result in combination with the fade effect, but might not support all WordPress themes. Safeguards exist to prevent using the advanced effect when not supported (by falling back to the slightly imperfect fade effect), but in some cases problems may still occur. If you see this type of problem, you can disable the advanced Blurhash reveal effect in the settings. Feel free to contact me on the support forums, and I may be able to work out what was going wrong. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The advanced Blurhash reveal effect works by creating an additional image element positioned under the regular image. This gives the best result in combination with the fade effect, but might not support all WordPress themes. Safeguards exist to prevent using the advanced effect when not supported (by falling back to the slightly imperfect fade effect), but in some cases problems may still occur. If you see this type of problem, you can disable the advanced Blurhash reveal effect in the settings. Feel free to contact me on the support forums, and I may be able to work out what was going wrong.
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For technical reasons, Blurhash is only supported for local image attachments, and at the moment is not officially supported for picture elements. Images without a Blurhash string will behave just like they do with the option turned off. Blurhash placeholders work with the existing effects, like fade-in, but in some cases the perfect fade-in effect may not be possible. The Blurhash placeholder will still fade in, but it might not fade when transitioning to the full image. This is because of a few edge cases not supported by the advanced Blurhash reveal effect. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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For technical reasons, Blurhash is only supported for local image attachments, and at the moment is not officially supported for picture elements. Images without a Blurhash string will behave just like they do with the option turned off. Blurhash placeholders work with the existing effects, like fade-in, but in some cases the perfect fade-in effect may not be possible. The Blurhash placeholder will still fade in, but it might not fade when transitioning to the full image. This is because of a few edge cases not supported by the advanced Blurhash reveal effect.
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The placeholder Blurhash string is not computed on page load, as it can in some cases take several seconds to do so. Instead, it will need to be pregenerated. As long as Blurhash is enabled in the settings, all new images uploaded will have a Blurhash string generated automatically. Additionally, you can manage the Blurhash string for each attachment individually in the Media Library. There is an option to generate and store Blurhash strings on page load, which can be used to easily generate Blurhash strings for lots of images by visiting the page they're shown on. Just remember to turn that option back off, or your visitors may be slightly upset. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The placeholder Blurhash string is not computed on page load, as it can in some cases take several seconds to do so. Instead, it will need to be pregenerated. As long as Blurhash is enabled in the settings, all new images uploaded will have a Blurhash string generated automatically. Additionally, you can manage the Blurhash string for each attachment individually in the Media Library. There is an option to generate and store Blurhash strings on page load, which can be used to easily generate Blurhash strings for lots of images by visiting the page they're shown on. Just remember to turn that option back off, or your visitors may be slightly upset.
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Because the final image placeholder is generated in JavaScript, users on faster internet connections can sometimes see the full image directly for images that are above the fold. Images lower down on the page will have a placeholder ready by the time the user reaches them. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Because the final image placeholder is generated in JavaScript, users on faster internet connections can sometimes see the full image directly for images that are above the fold. Images lower down on the page will have a placeholder ready by the time the user reaches them.
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The low-res Blurhash placeholder feature generates a text string for each image using the <a href="https://blurha.sh/">Blurhash</a> algorithm. This string includes all the information necessary for the Blurhash script running in the visitor's browser to decode it into a blurry image, which will be shown while the real image is loading. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The low-res Blurhash placeholder feature generates a text string for each image using the <a href="https://blurha.sh/">Blurhash</a> algorithm. This string includes all the information necessary for the Blurhash script running in the visitor's browser to decode it into a blurry image, which will be shown while the real image is loading.
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If a popular plugin is incompatible and has a filter for modifying the HTML output, lazysizes could most likely get support for that plugin. In that case, feel free to ask! If the plugin has no such way to filter the output, they would have to add one for lazysizes to leverage. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If a popular plugin is incompatible and has a filter for modifying the HTML output, lazysizes could most likely get support for that plugin. In that case, feel free to ask! If the plugin has no such way to filter the output, they would have to add one for lazysizes to leverage.
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It is a fitting name, as it makes you think of lazy loading. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is a fitting name, as it makes you think of lazy loading.
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I like the name name. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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I like the name name.
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Why is this plugin called lazysizes, the same as the JS library it uses? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Why is this plugin called lazysizes, the same as the JS library it uses?
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There's a plugin called Lazy Load XT. Why does this one look a bit similar? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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There's a plugin called Lazy Load XT. Why does this one look a bit similar?
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What is the Blurhash placeholder feature, and how do I use it? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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What is the Blurhash placeholder feature, and how do I use it?
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