A simple solution for lazy loading your WordPress posts and pages with Ajax.
hi, i am trying to call a function from another plugin on the repeater but it doesn't work, i mean its like the function doesn't exist, any help? thanks = )
Fast. Easy. Simple ...
YOUR PLUGIN ROCKS !!!!!
Wow! It's an unbelievable easy way to lazy load posts. I didn't have write any code - just a little copy'n paste from existing templates.
This is how it is done. Awesome.
i tried so many, this is the first that works and it beats every other plugin that does lazy loading.
Wow. After wasting 4 hours looking for a "load more" solution via pagination plugins, this baby here works wonders. Fast loading, modern and very VERY V E R Y tweakable! Many thanks!
This plugin is fantastic for both standard users and developers too, and the best thing is Darren, the developer, takes the time to respond to support requests and give useful advice instead of 'Read the docs' on repeat.
The plugin works brilliantly out of the box, but if you want to extend the functionality you can buy ad-ons at reasonable prices, again with fantastic support.
At the time of writing there is no other WordPress AJAX solution that even comes close to this plugin. If you're reading wondering if it will improve your current solution, just do it, you won't be disappointed!
Great implementation and support, very kind person.
Help me with some implementation of the plugin.
I tried several plugins of its kind and "Ajax Load More" ended being the best.
Support is surprisingly good, I had a problem with the plugin implementation in my theme so I sent an email to the developer. He was so kind and supportive, replied fast and fixed the problem for me. I can't say the same from other devs, even with premium plugins.
I'm thinking in purchase the Pro version, the search engine optimization feature seems really useful.
5/5 stars. Highly recommended!.
I spoke to fast before about the editor being fixed in the newest update. It is not. The new setting may prevent tags, author, etc. from being displayed, but it still sends the query to the database. Not sure why my ideas on how to fix this where ignored, but this solution was a waste of time.
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