Loading Page with Loading Screen plugin performs a pre-loading of images on your website and displays a loading progress screen with percentage of com
Loading Page with Loading Screen features:
→ Displays a screen showing loading percentage of a given page → Displays the page's content with an animation after complete the loading process → Increase the WordPress performance → Allows to select the colors of the loading progress screen → Allows to display or remove the text showing the loading percentage → Pre-loads the page images
Loading Page with Loading Screen plugin performs a pre-loading of image on your website and displays a loading progress screen with percentage of completion. Once everything is loaded, the screen disappears.
More about the Main Features:
The base plugin, available for free from the WordPress Plugin Directory, has all the features you need to displays an loading screen on your website.
Demo of Premium Version of Plugin
What is Lazy Loading?
Lazy Loading means that images outside of viewport (visible part of webpage) will not be loaded before user scrolls to them, this action improve the download speed of webpages and reduce the bandwidth consumption. With lazy loading the WordPress performance is increased substantially.
Normally we only see a part of a webpage we are visiting. To see the rest we usually have to scroll down. For example, in pages with a lot of content in the middle, we can’t see the footer without scrolling down. If Lazy Loading is enabled, only the images in areas that are actually viewed by the user are loaded, and the render time of completed page is reduced. The images in all other areas are loaded only when the user attempts to actually view them by scrolling down to them. This technique increases the loading speed and reduces the bandwidth consumption, as it only loads the images in areas actually "consumed" by the user.
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Requires: 3.0.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-4
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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