Support » Plugin: Optimum Gravatar Cache » [Feature Req] LQIP for lazyloading

  • Plugin Contributor Will Stocks

    (@willstockstech)


    Hey @jomisica,

    So, I know you’re working on lazyloading for Gravatars, which is great!

    Two questions I have, are you going to have a “my theme takes care of lazyloading” option, so you just assign the class automatically? Or are you leaving the “add a class” option in place still?

    Also, will you be including a LQIP image for lazyloading, or will you be “blank” lazyloading? I do it currently with all my images, but haven’t yet worked out if/how to do it with OGC.

    If you are doing LQIP:

    If my theme already takes care of lazyloading, would it still be possible for me to utilise the LQIP you’re implementing, while my theme does the actual lazyloading, rather than loading 2 x lazyloading libraries?

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  • Plugin Author José Miguel

    (@jomisica)

    Hello @willstockstech

    In version 2 the only difference in Lazy load is the support for 2x.

    The option to choose whether the plugin will use lazy load or not will be retained.

    Allowing to apply classes that can be used by themes or plugins to identify the gravatars.

    The use of LQPI will not be for version 2. But I will analyze later.

    It will keep the option that allows to use an image or without image for lazy load. But only if the lazy load of the plugin is used.

    As in version 1.4.3.

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