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
A: Tick the checkbox: "Disable the search in deep", in the "Troubleshoot Area - Loading Screen" section of the settings page.
A: From the settings page of the plugin, selects the "Logo Screen" in the list of available screens (only in the pro version of the plugin), and select the image to use in the loading screen through the new input field associated to the "Logo Screen".
A: The lazy loading doesn't load the website images until images be in the viewport. If the user never scrolls the webpage, some images won't download with a reduction in the bandwidth consumption.
A: Simply, identify a class name, or the value of an attribute applied to the images tags by the gallery, and enter the text through the attribute: "Exclude images whose tag includes the class or attribute" in the "Troubleshoot Area - Lazy Loading" section of settings page.
A: Yes, that's possible. Go to the settings page of plugin and check the option "homepage only".
A: Yes, that's possible. Go to the settings page of plugin and check the option "the specific pages", and enter the posts or pages IDs, separated by the comma symbol ",".
A: Yes, that's possible. Go to the settings page of plugin and select the image in the option "Select image as background". The image can be displayed tiled or centred.
A: There are some loading screens that require of the canvas object, all modern browsers include the canvas object. The screens with special requirements display a caveat text when are selected.
A: Please be sure you are using a browser with CSS3 support.
Requires: 3.0.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Active Installs: 6,000+
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