On my portfolio Web site, I’m using this very awesome and unbloated plugin (great work) to reveal resume work. I just started fleshing out this page last night. Forgive the rest of the site, all of the images / content are placeholders. I’ve never seen an artist’s resume utilized this way, with this sort of functionality, and I think it really has a benefit to it.
The theme I’m using has an image filter on it that you’ll see when you visit the page, but you might also notice that as the images load, the collapse-o-matic is expanded revealing them all, before the images are fully loaded.
While I know my Web site is semi-complicated, I have to imagine there are more bloated Web sites than mine trying to utilize similar technology, with similar results.
My question: is it normal for hidden images to load expanded at first? Is the page content too much?
I love this plugin. It’s streamlined, and exactly what I was looking for. Is there anyway to hide the loading process of the images?
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