Support » Plugin: Flying Images by WP Speed Matters » When another lazy loader is active, webp doesn’t load

  • Resolved lvnt


    Pictures didn’t load from Statically’s CDN when _another_ lazy load plugin was active, they were served from my server
    Placeholder loads, my pictures don’t

    Also, I can still see imageholder(only for a few miliseconds, but it’s there anyways)
    For now, I need to deactivate the other lazyloader and use yours solely

    Can we workaround these somehow?

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  • Plugin Author Gijo Varghese


    @lvnt you can’t use two lazy loading plugins at the same time. Either use Flying Images’ lazy loading or the one that you said.

    Hi @gijo Obviously we can’t use both at the same time 🙂 it wasn’t what I meant though

    * Flying Images is active(All functions are ON except only lazy-loading is turned off)
    * Second(other) plugin is used for lazy loading

    If you may check the code pls, only placeholder loads from Statically, but website photos are still served from the server disk

    Rest of the code is here

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by lvnt.
    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by Steve Stern.
    Plugin Author Gijo Varghese


    @lvnt which is the other lazy loading plugin you’re using?

    It is Native Lazyload from Goggle

    Plugin Author Gijo Varghese


    @lvnt I checked the code in detail.

    Flying Images only rewrites src and srcset. However, the above lazy loading plugin puts the actual URL in data-src and puts a placeholder image src.

    To fix this we’ve to rewrite data-src and data-srcset too. But each lazy loading plugin uses different attributes. For example, some use data-lazy-src.

    So it will be hard to fix since there are too many possibilities. I would suggest using the Flying Images’ lazy load.

    I’d thought maybe dividing jobs into two parts would help the webpage load smoother, somehow idk. I will do as your suggestion I’ll leave Flying Images alone to do its job.
    Thank you for your awesome plugin and for checking the source codes.

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