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BJ Lazy Load

Lazy loading for images and iframes makes your site load faster and saves bandwidth. Uses no external JS libraries and degrades gracefully for non-js


46 reviews
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Works splendidly
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Does exactly what it was supposed to. Very user friendly.

Awesome Plugin
By , for WP 3.9.1

This is hands-down THE BEST lazy load plugin. A must use plugin to drastically reduce the page load time.

Note: For those who use cloudflare, DISABLE ROCKET LOADER, else the plugin will fail to load images.

Works perfect
By , for WP 3.9

Thanks for this plugin.
I tried 3 or 4 lazy load plugins, Bj Lazy lad is the first one that works great, as described.

Awesome!!! A++++
By ,

So simple but so powerful!

Thank you!

Improves mobile experience
By , for WP 3.8.1

Yes, it really works! Installed it and it seemed to not work, but swapped it to the header load and everything is now perfect. It really speeds up the render on mobiles. Awesome.

By ,

At first this plugin conflicted with some Javascript generated by a custom feature on our blog. One quick email to Bjørn and he gave me some code that would fix this and let BJ Lazy Load work in tandem with this custom feature. Works great now and really helps to speed up our site!

By , for WP 4.0

Updated regularly, supported and works.

Kudos to the developer, a fantastic plugin. Donation coming soon.

Works Perfect and transparent. A must have!
By , for WP 3.8

This plugin does exactly what it says it does, and does it fast, well, and transparently for the user. install, optionally set, and forget. it just works.

I found the hidpi (retina) and responsive image options to be VERY useful, and probably saved me from installing a couple of plugins.

Very good work.

Great Plugin
By , for WP 3.7.1

Works well, haven't had an issues with it, thanks.

BJ Lazy Load causes an issue
By , for WP 3.6.1

Hi Bjørn, your plugin is great but yesterday I've discrovered a fatal issue that your plugin causes.

When I write an article with some source code in "preformatteed" format, on backend in WYSIWYG editor eveything is OK but on a page (fronted) everything wraps to one line. I didn't know which plugin did that so I started to turning off each other and problem gone when I deactivated BJLL.

I don't know what's the point. Where is connection between page content in "pre" tag and Your plugin. Strange but please, take a look.

OK: http://oi44.tinypic.com/x202km.jpg
BAD: http://oi41.tinypic.com/2ltlw8y.jpg

Please notify me about anything related to this case.
Thanks, Matthew

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