Support » Plugin: MAZ Loader – Preloader Builder for WordPress » How to make the Preloader load first

  • Resolved sakowporg

    (@sakowporg)


    Hi!

    How can I trigger the loader instantly after the TTFB is reached Which is at 0.6s seconds and not starting somewhere between “First Content Paint” and “Onload time” which is after 3 seconds. Please see this visualisation using GTmetrix:

    https://prnt.sc/yk0nyc

    Thanks!

    Sascha

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  • Plugin Author Feataholic

    (@feataholic)

    Hello Sascha,

    The content of your page will start rendering right at the beginning of “First Contentful Paint” which is “how long it takes the browser to render the first piece of DOM content after a user navigates to your page. Images, non-white <canvas> elements, and SVGs on your page are considered DOM content; anything inside an iframe isn’t included.”

    This is an excerpt from Google’s Developers page on First Contentful Paint: https://web.dev/first-contentful-paint/#what-fcp-measures

    You can’t display the content sooner but the time between TTFB and First Contentful Paint can be improved and varies from site to site due to configuration.

    I suggest you read more on https://web.dev/ regarding performance improvement.

    Regards,
    Stergos

    Plugin Author Feataholic

    (@feataholic)

    I am closing this as this is not the plugins’ jurisdiction to achieve the said result.

    If you have any other questions, please create a new topic.

    Regards,
    Stergos

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