February 16, 2017 at 6:49 am #1373475
Hi awesome support team! 🙂
I want to activate lazy loading on my website but I am not getting it working….
I have already deactivated ALL third partie plugins and can confirm that this is not a their partie issue…
I tried several plugins to activate lazy loading, but none of the works….so I am afraid that this is some issue with the theme…
Could you help me out? I really need to get this working…
(I’ve re-actived all plugins by now)
Thank you so much!
Have a great day!
Cheers, ChristianFebruary 16, 2017 at 9:48 am #1373682
We don’t have any lazy loading feature so not sure what you did and where you are facing issue. Are you using any third party plugin for that? Please clarify.
Thanks!February 16, 2017 at 11:41 am #1373836
Thanks for the reply!
I know that there’s no lazy loading function in your theme…
I am trying to activate lazy loading via any third partie plugin….That’s actually a typically and usual process on performance optimization of any website, isn’t it? There’s tons of lazy loading plugins and with other themes I always could activate any of them without any problems…But for some reasons I don’t get any of them to work with X-Theme….I know that you don’t support third-partie related issues, but since I can’t get to work such an essential thing like lazy loading with x-theme, I felt like maybe you could help me finding out how to get this done with X.
Look. i want to embed some iframes of soundcloud playlists into my website. But they’re massively decreasing the performance of the website. With lazy loading activated it wouldn’t be any problem….
I am using the plugin BJ_lazy load at the moment. But it doesn’t work with any plugin….So do you have any idea why this is the case? Or do you have any idea how to embed iframes being loaded only after scrolling to the related row? You know what I mean?
Cheers, ChristianFebruary 16, 2017 at 9:26 pm #1374478
I like to check but I’m not sure how your lazy plugin works. Would you mind providing a working sample? And while I’m checking, please disable the cache features.
Thanks!February 17, 2017 at 1:22 am #1374647
Thank you so much for helping me out!
Unfortunately at the moment I have no idea of where to get working sample from :-/ What lazy loading should do is to prevent all images and iframes from being loaded when a visitor loads a page. Only after scrolling and reaching certain threshold of, let’s say 200px, the image or iframe content is being loaded….I don’t know a certain website yet where this is the case, but there’s tons of plugins which provide you with this feature. F.e. BJ-Lazy-load, Rocket lazy load, a3 lazy load and many more….I tried several of them with all other plugins deactivated but I could’t get to work any of them…
I’ll keep my caching deactivated. Thanks a lot!
Cheers, ChristianFebruary 17, 2017 at 7:51 am #1374961
Did you try using the Cornerstone Column Fade? I guess it would satisfy you, based on your description.
Click on Columns on Cornerstone , turn on fade, select fade type and adjust the parameters.
Your content will just be shown after the user reach the sections.
Hope it helps
JoaoFebruary 17, 2017 at 12:13 pm #1375367
That sound like a really great feature, but I’ve built the whole website with visual composer. Is there a way to achieve this anyway?
ChristianFebruary 17, 2017 at 5:20 pm #1375662
You can try a third party plugin for example https://wordpress.org/plugins/lazy-load/ or any other for lazy loading.
Hope this helps!February 18, 2017 at 8:37 am #1376240
Dear Nabeel A,
This thread started with the problem that not a single lazy load plugin is working with the theme on my website…I already disabled all plugins and still I couldn’t get it working. I am trying to figure out why this is the case, please help. Thanks!February 18, 2017 at 7:19 pm #1376639
There’s a lot of plugins, and we’re aware how lazy loading works. But they can be implemented differently depending on the author. What we need to know is how they are done it and how they work and that needs testing. We need to know what specific plugin first as we can’t provide one-fix-all solution. We need to check it one by one, we really need to know what plugin you’re prefer to use in your site. That also needs checking directly which will require logging in. We can’t promise a fix, its complexity depends on the plugin.
Please provide the name of the plugin you prefer to use and the login credentials and I’ll check it 🙂
Thanks!April 6, 2017 at 9:22 pm #1429105
Lazy Loading is an option in Post Masonry Grid Settings. See attached. It doesn’t work for me either.April 6, 2017 at 9:24 pm #1429106
Sorry, here’s the attachment.
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