JavaScript Progressive image with Lazyload

Optimize page load of your website with this progressive image with lazy load.

To get started:

Here’s the demo: Demo

Install using npm or yarn

$ npm i progressive-image-lazyload.js$ yarn add progressive-image-lazyload.js

How to use

  • HTML markup
  • In HTML put this line of code inside your <head> tag
  • In JavaScript and SCSS using npm or yarn
  • data-thumb — this is where you set your small image.
  • data-src — this is where you set your large image.

Source code here:




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